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Wolf Laurel , NC
Wolf Laurel Resort

Forecast Last Updated at Tuesday, August 16, 2022 at 6:03PM

Gray Cool Day

A front is just to our south. It sinks further south during the next two days before slithering back to the north next weekend. For most of the mountain region, Tuesday was a gray cool day with areas of fog and scattered mostly afternoon showers. A shower or two is possible through the evening with fog still in play. Wednesday through Friday have a bit more sun, slightly warmer temperatures, and slightly less shower/thundershower coverage (mostly limited to the afternoons and early evenings).

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Hi: 67 Lo: 55

Generally cloudy with areas of fog; Evening showers possible Light East wind

Hi: 65 Lo: 56

Mostly to partly cloudy; AM fog pososible; Widely scattered mostly afternoon showers & t-showers; Light East wind

Hi: 66 Lo: 55

Partly to mostly cloudy; Widely scattered mostly afternoon showers & t-showers; SE wind 5-15 mph, becoming light Thur night

Hi: 66 Lo: 57

Partly to mostly cloudy; Widely scattered mostly afternoon showers & t-showers

Hi: 68 Lo: 59

Mostly cloudy; Widely scattered showers & t-storms, mostly in the afternoon and evening

Further Out

Sunday - Mostly cloudy; Scattered mostly PM showers & t-storms; High near 70 degrees; Low in the upper 50s
Monday - Mostly cloudy; Scattered showers and t-storms, mostly in the afternoon and evening; High in the upper 60s; Low in the upper 50s

Forecast Discussion

A front moved southeastward across our region Monday. It now stretches from the Carolina Coast to the Central Plains. Areas of high pressure is centered in the Great Lakes and in the Gulf. Only subtle changes occur this week as the front sinks south, but then back to the north this weekend.

Tuesday was remarkably cool and cloudy with areas of fog and scattered afternoon showers. Showers remain possible through evening and fog is still in play overnight.

Wednesday through Saturday have a mix of clouds and sun, gradually warmer temperatures (back toward seasonal norms), and the potential for a showers or thundershower each day (but less coverage than today).

As the stalled front edges back to the north during the weekend, a second front presses slowly southward into the Ohio Valley. Temperatures Sunday and Monday will be a degree or two warmer with increased afternoon shower and thunderstorm coverage that extends more into the nighttime hours.


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