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Sparta , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 7:53AM

Intermittent Rain

Look at it this way...we've had much wetter days and weekends over the last month or so. Rain arrives this morning and persists on and off at times today. If we play our cards right, it's more off than on as vigorous convection in Ga/Al attempts to rob us of available moisture (nobody's complaining). The story is similar Sunday with periods of light rain. The take away for the weekend is wet, NOT a washout. Wholesale drying occurs behind a cool front Sunday night with a few pleasant days early next week.

MerleFest is off to an awesome start! See the Lineup for the whole slate of performances. Today's weather is manageable, but you'll need the rain gear. The RWC MerleFest Hour-By-Hour Forecast has weather details for the rest of the weekend.

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Hi: 55 Lo: 51

Clouds; Cool; Periods of rain; Light SE wind (except SW 10-20 mph at higher elev's)

Hi: 60 Lo: 39

Generally cloudy; Scattered light showers through evening; West wind 5-15 mph becoming NW Sun. night

Hi: 56 Lo: 35

Scattered clouds; Cool & breezy; NW wind 10-20 mph with gusts to 35 mph

Hi: 61 Lo: 42

Becoming cloudy late; A bit warmer; Showers move in late Tues. night

Hi: 51 Lo: 42

Cloudy; Chilly; Rain

Further Out

Thursday - Generally cloudy; Showers persist, mostly AM; Cool, but not as cool; High in the upper 50s; Low in the lower 40s
Friday - Mostly sunny; Warming up; High in the mid 60s; Low near 40 degrees

Forecast Discussion

Between now and Monday morning an area of low pressure is moving southeast from the Central Plains to the Georgia coast passing overhead late tonight. A warm front wobbles north ahead of the low today and tonight followed by a cool front arriving from the west Sunday. All of these ingredients spell out a prolonged period of rain and intermittent showers beginning this morning and persisting through Sunday. That said, this is not a steady or heavy rain event with several breaks in the action today and tomorrow. Additionally, convective robbing in Alabama and Georgia this morning may put a big dent in rain totals if it keeps things generally quiet before lunch.

Monday and Tuesday are dry and quite nice as another area of low pressure gains steam moving from the Southern Plains eastwards along the Gulf Coast. Clouds increase late Tuesday with showers breaking out Wednesday. It's fair to call it a "chilly rain" for late April with temperatures 15 degrees or more below normal.

By Thursday the low turns north and heads up the East Coast with showers continuing in the morning hours. Thereafter, broad high pressure builds across eastern half of the country. Meaning, we'll get paid back for this weekend in a big way with near perfect May conditions to start off the month and lasting for several days.


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