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N. Wilkesboro

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North Wilkesboro , NC
Station located at North Wilkesboro Elementary

Forecast Last Updated at Friday, January 22, 2021 at 5:47PM

Clear Night; Cooler Saturday

Skies cleared out quite nicely this afternoon. The weekend will be a little bit cooler, but features plenty of sunshine both Saturday and Sunday. Rain returns Sunday night and into early next week, although temperatures will be on the mild side.

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Hi: 57 Lo: 26

Clear; Light NW wind

Hi: 48 Lo: 24

Sunny; Not bad for late January; Light NW wind

Hi: 47 Lo: 35

Sunshine giving way to more late-day clouds; Some rain likely later Sunday night; SW wind 5-10 mph

Hi: 52 Lo: 43

Cloudy; Rainy through the day and overnight

Hi: 61 Lo: 34

Sunshine returns; Quite mild

Further Out

Wednesday - Some sun early; Increasing clouds in the PM; Rain developing Wednesday night; High in the upper 40s; Low in the lower 30s
Thursday - Cloudy with rain or a wintry mix; Clearing Thursday night; High in the lower 40s; Low in the mid 20s

Forecast Discussion

Clouds pulled away from the area this afternoon, leading to a rather nice evening. Weekend weather will be governed by high pressure. This will promote plenty of sunshine and rather seasonable temperatures for Saturday through Sunday.

Next up will be low-pressure coming out of the southern Plains on Sunday, reaching the Mid-Atlantic coast by Tuesday afternoon. This will drive a warm front through here on Monday, followed by a trailing cold front by early Tuesday. Rain will be the byproduct, developing Sunday night and continuing on Monday.

We clear things out for a pleasant Tuesday around western North Carolina. Temperatures will be noticeably mild.

Another low will affect the area by Wednesday night and Thursday. This time around, marginally colder air will become involved in our weather pattern, and so we’re keeping a rain-snow mix in the forecast at this early stage.


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