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Laurel Ridge

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Laurel Ridge , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Thursday, October 1, 2020 at 1:15PM

Sharply Cooler Tonight

A front moves through from the west today. Much cooler air arrives tonight. In between (late today and early this evening), a passing shower is possible. Clear, cool weather covers Friday and Saturday with valley frost early Saturday. To complete the weekend, the next front from the west arrives late Sunday. Sunday will be slightly warmer with increasing afternoon clouds and showers late Sunday through early Monday morning.

Thursday

Hi: 69 Lo: 41

More late afternoon and evening clouds; Cannot rule out a passing late-day or evening shower; Turning much cooler tonight; NW wind 5-15 mph, becoming breezy tonight
Friday

Hi: 53 Lo: 37

Abundant sunshine; Much cooler; Valley frost possible Fri. night; NW wind 5-15 mph, breezy early
Saturday

Hi: 57 Lo: 42

Mostly sunny; Cool; Light and variable wind
Sunday

Hi: 61 Lo: 45

More PM clouds; Still cooler than average; Showers possible late-day and Sun. night
Monday

Hi: 57 Lo: 40

Mostly to partly cloudy; AM showers possible; Seasonably cool

Further Out

Tuesday - Scattered clouds; Slightly warmer, but still cooler than average; High in the lower 60s; Low in the upper 40s
Wednesday - Partly to mostly cloudy; Pleasant; Cannot rule out an evening shower; High in the upper 60s; Low in the upper 40s

Forecast Discussion

With no tropical activity affecting our weather and the transition to fall weather complete. Forecasting has become much simpler during the past week and will be for the next week or two. The two primary takeaways for the next seven days are mostly dry and cooler than average.

Three fronts move through during the next seven days: one today, another Sunday night, and a third Wednesday night. None of them have significant rain; however, Sunday night's front has the most moisture.

Today is pleasant with increasing afternoon clouds and the slight chance of a late-day or evening passing shower.

Cool high pressure takes control of the Eastern U. S. Friday and Saturday. Our temperatures will be more than 10 degrees cooler than average. Valley frost is likely early Saturday.

Clouds increase again Sunday, and a few showers are likely late Sunday through early Monday.

Monday is cooler again, but slightly warmer weather develops Tuesday and Wednesday. The third front may produce a shower Wednesday evening.

Two disturbances are in the Caribbean. Both are moving west. Neither are a threat to our weather any time soon. One in the central Caribbean may become the next named tropical storm (Gamma) during the next 5 days. Another disturbance is west of the Lesser Antilles but has no chance of development for at least 4-5 days.

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