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Current Conditions
Boone

Temp: 63.7°F

Forecast Last Updated at Tuesday, July 29, 2014 at 7:48AM

July Smackdown 3

It's been clash of airmass titans this month with three impressive temperature smackdowns: July 4-5, July 15-21, and now July 28 into early August. The second of those held us down for the count, including two days with record low high temperatures for the date. A cold front dove in from the top rope yesterday putting us yet again in the headlock of cool Canadian air. Cool weather will remain in control of the hold though the rest of the week. Thursday through Saturday, disturbances from outside the ring (e. g. The Gulf) will toss a chair into the fray--moisture from the south will produce clouds with periods of rain from Thursday afternoon into Saturday. Friday, we'll be in a sleeper hold of cool, clouds, fog, and rain.

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Tuesday

Hi: 69 Lo: 49

Partly cloudy; Seasonably cool; Cannot rule out a stray afternoon shower; NW wind 5-15 mph
Wednesday

Hi: 71 Lo: 53

Mix of clouds and sun; Cooler than the calender suggests; Light wind
Thursday

Hi: 70 Lo: 56

Becoming cloudy; Showers developing in the PM; Fog possible Thur. night; Continued unseasonably cool; SE wind 5-10 mph
Friday

Hi: 65 Lo: 57

Clouds; Patchy fog; Continued cool; Periods of rain
Saturday

Hi: 69 Lo: 58

Maybe a brief look at afternoon sun; Patchy fog early & at night; A few light showers possible

Further Out

Sunday - Becoming partly cloudy; A bit warmer; Isolated showers & t-showers; High in the mid 70s; Low near 60 degrees
Monday - Mostly cloudy; Scattered mostly PM showers & t-showers; High in the mid 70s; Low near 60 degrees

Forecast Discussion

Here we go again... Cool air invaded from the northwest Monday on gusty winds. The center of Canadian high pressure is moving from the Mississippi River Valley into the Northeast this week. Today and Wednesday will be generally dry with temperatures 7-8 degrees below average for the dates. We have just an ever-so-slight chance of an afternoon shower today.

Thursday through Saturday. High pressure in the Northeast will wedge down the Appalachians; meanwhile, disturbances will move along a front stalled along the Gulf Coast (the front that moved through here Monday). That will toss moisture over the top of that cool wedge. Skies become cloudy Thursday. Showers develop Thursday afternoon and last into Saturday. Add fog to the mix Thursday night into Saturday morning. Friday looks like another impressive cool/gray/damp day. Maybe we can see the sun again by late Saturday.

Early next week, the big picture pattern actually migrates back to the west, and the Bermuda High will get a toe hold into the Southeast. Sunday and Monday will be somewhat warmer with isolated afternoon thundershowers Sunday and increased thundershower coverage Monday afternoon.

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