Published: 9.2.15 6:04am
Good Morning Folks! A few showers popped up across the region yesterday and rainfall totals were light, all under a quarter of an inch with the highest total near Sylva up Scotts Creek at 0.16”. Today we expect an increase in shower coverage from yesterday with sunshine reigning supreme tomorrow, while Friday features increasing clouds. By the weekend there should be a high pressure off to the NE that will influence the region, keeping mostly cloudy skies overhead Saturday with light showers passing through the area, while clouds thin somewhat by Sunday. By the time Labor Day rolls around we should be one step closer to normal with more sun than clouds overhead and Tuesday seems to finish the transition as temps push into the low 80’s and isolated showers develop after midday; a fairly classic setup for early September.
Today will be one of our wetter days of the week but that does not mean it will be a washout, just an increase from the paltry coverage we have experienced as of late. Clouds will increase out of the west as the day wears on and isolated showers and thunderstorms will pop up this afternoon, with rainfall totals around a quarter of an inch for those who experience a passing shower. Temps will be warm as they push into the low 70’s – mid 80’s depending upon elevation, making for another muggy afternoon. Overnight into Thursday a disturbance will swing through from the NW and may deliver a few more... click here for more