Chillier air blowing in...

>> Thursday, October 14, 2010

The chance of some showers and storms will be with us this morning as a cold front punches into the region. However, for the I-85 corridor, the rain chances should end by around lunchtime with some clearing this afternoon and breezy conditions. Highs today will range from the upper 60s near the Virginia border to the mid 70s in the southern Piedmont.

Tonight will be much chillier with lows plunging well down into the 40s around the area.

A breezy Friday is in store with a good amount of sunshine and highs in the upper 60s to lower 70s. Winds could gust over 30mph at times.

Terrific weekend...

A fantastic October weekend is ahead. Look for full sunshine Saturday and Sunday with upper 60s to near 70 for Saturday's highs and mid 70s Sunday. Lows will remain in the low to mid 40s.


Up in the mountains, some really nice color is on display, especially in areas above about 3,000' in elevation. However, windy mountain conditions over the next couple of days will likely strip a a portion of those leaves from the trees.


Paula is a minimal hurricane as of this morning's advisory as it is moving into western Cuba. Paula will likely slowly move through western and central Cuba over the next couple of days, weakening as it does so.


Anonymous 11:14 AM  

I feel your pain Matt! I looked at the models this morning to see when we will truly get a shot of long lasting cold weather and these models are going crazy inconsistent! What are your thoughts on this and maybe frost?

Matthew East 5:17 AM  

I don't any consistently cold temps on the horizon....however, I do see lots of cool nights and comfy afternoons. For the next week, it appears most Piedmont lows temps will stay just above the frost range.

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