Cooler weather pattern arriving

>> Thursday, October 12, 2017

After multiple days of mid summer-like heat and humidity, a cooler weather pattern is beginning to unfold in the region. Highs Thursday will be below what we have seen on recent days, and Friday's highs will be even cooler. 

Look for plenty of clouds at times Thursday and Friday, and some showers will be a possibility at times as well.

The weekend looks great with warm afternoons and good intervals of sunshine. The peak of the fall foliage season is now occurring in the elevations above about 3000' up in the mountains, so this weekend is a great time to head up that way and enjoy the fall colors. 

Finally, a push of true cool, dry, more typical October air will arrive next week. Piedmont lows will be well down into the 40s by Monday night, and mountain areas will likely be in the 30s. Afternoons most days next week will be sunny and pleasant. 


One more day of summer-like warmth and humidity

>> Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Today's video details the chances ahead:


Soupy air remains in place

>> Tuesday, October 10, 2017

An airmass more typical of summer remains in place across the Carolinas Tuesday. Foothill and piedmont highs will surge into the 80s, and conditions will remain very humid. Scattered showers and storms will remain a possibility as well. 

Again Wednesday, warm and muggy conditions will be in place with scattered showers and storms still a possibility.

High pressure will build down from the Northeast Thursday, so highs will be cooler to wrap up the work week. 

The weekend looks warm and dry. Down the road, an airmass more typical of October looks to finally arrive by around next Tuesday. 


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