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Wolf Laurel , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Tuesday, September 22, 2020 at 4:11PM

Nice Day; Another Cool Evening

Fall began today at 9:31 AM. After a pleasant afternoon, expected another cool-down overnight with chilly temperatures for Wednesday morning. Daytime Wednesday will be pleasant but add some high clouds into the mix. Tropical Storm Beta weakened into a Depression today and sits just inside the Texas Coast; it moves east across the Southeast U. S. Wednesday through Friday. Our skies become cloudy Thursday, and showers arrive by Thursday evening. Friday will be rainy as Beta's remnant passes to our south.


Hi: 62 Lo: 43

Clear; Cool; NW wind 5-10 mph

Hi: 63 Lo: 47

High clouds; Slightly warmer; Light wind

Hi: 60 Lo: 52

Becoming cloudy; Showers arriving around evening; Light South wind

Hi: 57 Lo: 54

Generally cloudy; Showers, maybe thunder

Hi: 64 Lo: 54

Mostly to partly cloudy; Maybe a light AM shower; Improving PM weather

Further Out

Sunday - Mostly cloudy; Cannot rule out a passing shower; High in the mid 60s; Low in the mid 50s
Monday - Partly cloudy; Pleasant; High in the mid 60s; Low in the lower 50s

Forecast Discussion

Cool, dry high pressure dominates the Eastern U.S. After three frosty mornings in valleys, temperatures begin to moderated a bit today. Wednesday will be pleasant with high cloudiness.

Tropical Depression Beta is situated just inside the Texas Coast. It remains relatively stationary through much of Wednesday before starting a slow move across the Southeast. Computer guidance differs on both the intensity and pace of Beta's remnant low. Our approach sides with a faster pace and slightly on the stronger side of guidance--showers by Thursday evening, a rainy Friday, and only stray light showers Saturday morning. Some guidance keeps showers longer into Saturday.

There's not a quick snap back to dry this weekend; however, gradually improving weather is the theme. A dry front sweeps through Sunday from the northwest with little effect.

In the tropics, Hurricane Teddy is about to pay a visit to Nova Scotia by Wednesday. Meanwhile, Paulette has regenerated as a tropical storm south of the Azores. The tropical Atlantic will likely fall into at least a brief slumber after the hyperactive spurt of activity of recent weeks.


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