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>> Wednesday, October 13, 2010

After record warmth around the region yesterday, we are heading back to a more typical October temperature regime for the rest of the week and weekend.

Today, highs will be in the 70s with lots of clouds. A passing shower or two is possible today and this evening, but the most widespread shower activity will swing through later tonight into Thursday morning. This will be as the core of our next storm system sweeps through.

Behind the system, a dry, chilly airmass will settle in. Highs Friday and Saturday will likely be shy of 70 in most Piedmont locations, and lows from Friday morning on through Monday or Tuesday morning of next week will be well down into the 40s.


The fall foliage is peaking this week in elevations between 3500' and 5000'. Some showers will occur in the mountains today and tomorrow, with dry, chilly, and sunny conditions Friday through the weekend.


Paula remains a category 2 hurricane as of this morning. The hurricane is small and is centered a little east of Cancun and Cozumel. Paula should make a turn to the east and interact with Cuba through the weekend.


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