Weather Station Located Near Coffeys General Store in Edgemont, NC
Forecast Last Updated at Saturday, October 16, 2021 at 5:59AM
A Significant Drop
A period of daytime cloudiness and perhaps a passing light shower will be followed by clearing skies later this afternoon. Temperatures take a tumble tonight, and Sunday will be noticeably cooler, or closer to mid-October norms. Next week features generally sunny skies with moderating temperatures after a crisp start.
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Hi: 70 Lo: 39
Variable daytime clouds with perhaps a passing shower; Clear & much cooler tonight; Light SW wind becoming NW 10-20 mph
Hi: 61 Lo: 38
Brilliant sunshine; Finally feeling a little more fall-like; NW wind 5-10 mph
Hi: 67 Lo: 38
Sunny; Pleasant; A bit warmer; Light WNW wind
Hi: 70 Lo: 41
Plenty of sunshine; Warmer
Hi: 72 Lo: 46
Thursday - Mostly sunny; More clouds Thursday night with a shower possible late; High in the lower 70s; Low in the upper 40s
Friday - Partly sunny; A morning shower possible; High near 70 degrees; Low in the mid 40s
A fall cold front is on the doorstep. It will move through the Foothills around midday with some cloudiness and just a stray shower. Highs will occur by early afternoon, with temperatures slipping thereafter. You’ll notice a significant air mass change tonight through Sunday under a clear sky.
High pressure will dominate our weather next week. It will start out cool, but moderate steadily toward Wednesday and Thursday. Another cold front will push through Thursday night with more clouds and maybe a shower Thursday night. Temperatures cool down again a bit for late next week.
We have to wonder out loud if the high temperatures in the 80s that we experienced on Friday might be the warmest temperatures that we have until next spring.
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