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Wolf Laurel , NC
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Forecast Last Updated at Sunday, April 11, 2021 at 6:49AM

Gentler Sunday

After a nasty Saturday afternoon and evening, our weather improves quickly Sunday. We have morning clouds with a passing light shower possible (mostly along the western escarpment). Clouds decrease this afternoon with pleasant temperatures for April. Monday is the weather pick of the week (but breezy). A front moves through Tuesday with more clouds and potential for isolated afternoon and nighttime showers. A push of colder air arrives late Wednesday. Wednesday has greater covers of afternoon and overnight showers. Then the rest of the week is unseasonably cool.

Sunday

Hi: 58 Lo: 43

Mostly cloudy AM with stray light showers possible; Decreasing PM clouds; West wind 5-15 mph, more breezy tonight
Monday

Hi: 59 Lo: 44

Mostly sunny; More clouds Mon. night; Pleasant day; West wind 10-20 mph, gusty at times
Tuesday

Hi: 58 Lo: 43

Mostly cloudy; Isolated PM and overnight showers; NW wind 5-15 mph, becoming light Tue night
Wednesday

Hi: 53 Lo: 36

Mostly to generally cloudy; PM and overnight showers; Turning cooler
Thursday

Hi: 46 Lo: 34

Mostly to partly cloudy; Cool

Further Out

Friday - Scattered clouds; Cool; High in the lower 50s; Low in the upper 30s
Saturday - Becoming mostly cloudy; Continued cool; PM and nighttime showers possible; High near 50 degrees; Low in the upper 30s

Forecast Discussion

Saturday's advertised "squeeze play" really did a number of areas near the Blue Ridge. Rain totals were mostly between 1.5" and 3", but a few spots exceeded 3". Wind along the ridge was impressive.

But the heavy weather is moving quickly to to the east, cleared out by a front that moved across the Appalachians early Sunday. We could have a stray, passing shower this morning, but clouds decrease later this morning and this afternoon leading to a pleasant end to the weekend.

High pressure moves across the Southeast from west to east Monday. Expect a pleasant Monday; however, it will be breezy.

A front from the Great Plains moves through Tuesday. Then a secondary push of colder air arrives late Wednesday. We'll have more clouds Tuesday with the chance if isolated afternoon and nighttime showers. Wednesday has increased coverage of showers, mostly in the afternoon and Wednesday night.

Unseasonably cool weather overtakes our region late Wednesday and holds all the way into early next week. I would not rule out a few snowflakes later Wednesday night. A weak wave in the NW flow may produce a few showers Saturday afternoon and Saturday night, but "chilly" will be the primary weather thought for the second half of this week and the first few days of next week.

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