Published: 5.25.13 4:48am
Good Morning Folks! We are close to a record in Cullowhee of 36°F set back on this day in 1951, as the current temp is 37.2°F and slowly declining. We expect the temp may drop another degree and possibly tie the record, however we will not know if this occurred for another day or more as quality control checks need to be performed before it becomes official. Either way we have very below average temps across the region this morning with Cullowhee and other low lying areas reporting the coldest temps at this time; mid 30’s – low 40’s. We will quickly warm up this morning as sunshine sits overhead and by the afternoon hours we expect temps will be in the mid 60’s – mid 70’s depending upon elevation; light NW wind throughout the day. Overnight into Sunday we expect a few clouds to be overhead and this will help to keep temps to the low – mid 40’s.
We continue our Holiday weekend tomorrow with another comfortable high as temps push into the mid 60’s – mid 70’s once again, however partly cloudy skies should be overhead throughout the day. A isolated shower or two is possible, however most locations will remain dry with the best chance for any activity found along the highest ridgetops. Overnight into Monday partly cloudy skies will linger across the region with isolated shower chances continuing across the area; temps in the upper 40’s – low 50’s.
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