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Whitetop , VA

Forecast Last Updated at Saturday, September 20, 2014 at 6:48AM

Early Fog; Clouds Hold Through Lunch Then Clearing

It’s cool with a bit of patchy fog around for your Saturday morning. We’ll have some clouds stick around through lunch time as temperatures reach the daytime highs, then we’ll see more sun than yesterday for the afternoon hours. For Saturday evening, we don’t expect much in the way of clouds into the overnight hours just cool temps. Sunday will be quite pleasant with even more sun than Saturday. Late Sunday afternoon we will see some clouds begin to build in with an approaching cold front and maybe some stray showers for Sunday night.

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Hi: 68 Lo: 51

Early fog then partly sunny; Pleasant; SE wind 5-10 mph

Hi: 70 Lo: 50

Scattered daytime clouds; Increasing clouds Sun. night with a shower or two; NW wind 5-15 mph & gusty

Hi: 62 Lo: 44

Mostly sunny; Turning cooler

Hi: 63 Lo: 46

Sunny skies; A terrific start to Fall

Hi: 64 Lo: 49

Scattered clouds; Pleasant Fall temperatures

Further Out

Thursday - Cloudy; Can't rule out some spotty light rain; High in the lower 60s; Low in the lower 50s
Friday - Cloudy with scattered showers; High near 60 degrees; Low in the upper 40s

Forecast Discussion

The high pressure along the New England coast is slowly taking a hike out into the Atlantic today. The wedge of high pressure currently holding strong over the Blue Ridge will break down by this afternoon giving us some breaks in the clouds. We’ll see this continue into Saturday evening with the high moving further away. Folks along the Carolina coast will continue to see clouds with a coastal low pulling moisture in there.

We’ll see more sun for Sunday with a few changes in store for Sunday night. Clouds will develop Sunday afternoon as a cold front approaches from the west. This front looks rather dry but still bears mention of possible showers for Sunday night as the front crosses the Blue Ridge. The front will be gone just as quick as it swept in bringing in cooler air and northwesterly flow for Monday.

Monday evening high pressure behind the aforementioned cold front will build into the Ohio Valley and Great Lakes before it sets up in the northeastern states for the mid-week. After Wednesday once the high has a foothold over New England, we’ll see another wedge of high pressure extend down the Appalachians. An easterly flow will set up again into Thursday following the flow around the high, this will allow for moisture from the Atlantic to flow across the Piedmont towards our neck of the woods in the form of clouds and possible showers Thursday afternoon into Friday.


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