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Weather station located at Skyline National Bank.
Forecast Last Updated at Sunday, February 28, 2021 at 4:22PM
February ended with the warmest weather since Nov 10-11. That's NOT a signal to retire coats for the season. A front moves through from the northwest early Monday. We have the slight chance of a passing evening shower, the steadier rain beginning after midnight. Monday has morning rain. High temperatures Monday will be at sunrise with steady or falling temperatures after that. Tuesday is chilly with increasing evening clouds and rain returning late Tuesday night into Wednesday with a brief wintry mix at the start. Even colder weather is expected at the end of this week.
Hi: 63 Lo: 52
Becoming cloudy; Slight chance of an evening shower; Steadier rain after midnight; South wind 10-15 mph
Hi: 58 Lo: 27
Cloudy with occasional rain in the AM; Decreasing PM clouds; NW winds 15-20 mph gusting to 35 mph
Hi: 49 Lo: 31
Some sun early; Increasing clouds in the PM; Wintry mix late Tue. night; NW winds 15-20 mph gusting to 40 diminishing to calm
Hi: 48 Lo: 35
Cloudy early with morning rain or wintry mix in the higher elevations; Some clearing in the PM
Hi: 50 Lo: 27
Mix of clouds and sun
Friday - A few clouds; High in the mid 40s; Low in the mid 20s
Saturday - Mainly clear; High in the mid 40s; Low in the lower 20s
A warm front raced north today allowing warmer air in to the Carolinas, but a cold front arrives early Monday slamming the door on balmy weather. Skies become cloudy tonight and rain arrives after midnight.
Rain continues into Monday. High temperatures Monday will be in the morning with steady or falling temperatures to follow. Clearing skies commence Monday evening. Expect a blustery start to March.
Tuesday is quiet but windy behind the front, with tropical storm-force gusts possible, particularly up high. By afternoon into evening things settle down as the next high pushes inward...
Things could get interesting again by Wednesday as a low scoots to the south; depending on the exact track, we could see some light snowfall with minor accumulations, or nothing at all. It all depends on how it lines up, with certainty increasing over the next couple of days, no doubt.
Behind that low, days of breezy northwesterlies but not much else are on the menu, making for a generally clear but dry late week and weekend.
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