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Forecast Last Updated at Thursday, September 23, 2021 at 6:14AM
Fall on Cue
The first full day of the Fall season is upon us and the weather forecast is right in line. Canadian high pressure takes a strangle-hold on our weather starting today, with blue skies and refreshing temperatures and humidity levels. Overnight lows tonight and tomorrow drop back into the 40s, the coolest we've seen since last Spring. Temperatures moderate back closer to normal for the upcoming weekend as dry weather will hold to at least the middle part of next week.
2022 Blue Ridge Calendars Shipping This Week
The 2022 Blue Ridge Calendararrived at our office Tuesday, shipping has begun, and calendars will appear on store shelves this weekend. See RaysMarketplace.Com for details and to purchase calendars. Like last year, a portion of every sale goes to the Blue Ridge Conservancy.
Hi: 72 Lo: 45
Bright sunshine; First full day of fall arrives in style; NW wind 5-15 mph
Hi: 73 Lo: 46
Sunny & spectacular; Light NW wind
Hi: 76 Lo: 50
Sunshine; Great weather to be outside; Light SW wind
Hi: 77 Lo: 49
Fantastic fall weather continues with pleasant temperatures
Hi: 80 Lo: 53
Abundant sunshine; Very nice
Tuesday - Mostly sunny; Warm; More clouds Tuesday night; High in the lower 80s; Low in the mid 50s
Wednesday - Partly cloudy; Can't rule out a shower; High in the lower 80s; Low in the mid 50s
Canadian high pressure builds in today providing us with plenty of sunshine and refreshing temperatures and humidity. Overnight lows dip into the 40s both tonight and Friday nights, the coolest we've been since last Spring. More of the same is expected over the weekend although temperatures moderate back closer to normal. We actually go above normal for the first half of next week. Perhaps one last summer-like stand? But humidity levels are managable, so it wont feel oppressively warm. Rain chances are nil to at least mid week, as a weak front is expected to drop down from the north. However rain chances are "can't rule out" at best at this point, and that may even be a bit overboard.
The remnants of former tropical storms Odette, Peter, and Rose are out in the Atlantic and inconsequential to weather in the U. S. However, a tropical depressing farther southeast will become Tropical Storm Sam in the next day or two. It will probably become a major hurricane as it moves WNW and has potential for the East Coast in 12-14 days.
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