Published: 10.21.14 6:02am
Good Morning Folks! Some light rain fell across the region overnight with rainfall totals under a tenth of an inch and most of the gauges only reported a measly 0.02 – 0.04”. This was likely the only rain we will see for the entire week and possibly most of next week as well. Passing clouds will be overhead this morning, while partly sunny skies sit atop the TN line with little to no moisture to work with for isolated showers. The majority of the action, albeit light and sparse at best, is off to the NW corner of the state where a tenth of an inch of rain is possible through the day. Most of SW NC should clear out quickly today and mostly sunny skies will soon setup shop, however temps will only reach the low 50’s – mid 60’s depending upon elevation. Brisk NW winds will usher into the region later on this morning and continue through the overnight hours with gust up to 25mph across the higher ridgetops. Overnight into Wednesday temps will settle into the mid 30’s – low 40’s, however winds should preclude any frost from forming; partly cloudy skies becoming mostly clear after midnight.
Wednesday will be the coldest day of the week and possibly the brightest as little to no cloud cover sits overhead, alongside continued NW winds around 10 – 15mph throughout the day. Temps will struggle to rise past the upper 40’s – low 60’s and in the shade it will feel... click here for more