High Country NC Weather Forecast 7-25-12

Last night saw stormy weather move across region as a cluster of showers and thunderstorms tracked along a frontal boundary that is located to our north.  Clouds remain this morning and there are patchy showers but precipitation is over for the most part.  This front will move off to the north and east throughout the day and we might see intervals of sunshine this afternoon.  Very humid conditions and the afternoon heating could produce some scattered showers and thunderstorms later today.

The front will continue to move away from the region tomorrow and a weak upper level ridge will be in place.  This is going to make for a steamy day.  Highs will be in the mid to upper 80’s and a stray afternoon shower/thunderstorm is possibly.

Friday will see continued warmth, but clouds will be increasing throughout the day ahead of an advancing cold front.  Instability ahead of the front will lead to showers and thunderstorms Friday afternoon and evening.  The front will move through overnight and a stray shower could linger into Saturday morning.  However, the weekend looks rather nice as generally sunny skies and seasonable temperatures will make for a pleasant few days.

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