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Powder Horn Mountain , NC
Weather Station located at the Powder Horn Mountain Clubhouse in eastern Watauga County.

Forecast Last Updated at Friday, June 24, 2022 at 5:52PM

Typical Summertime Weather

In typical summer-time fashion, an isolated shower remains possible until shortly after dusk this evening. This weekend brings more warm summer weather but a higher risk of afternoon thundershowers, especially on Saturday. Beginning on a stormy Monday, we get a brief cool down for a few days before warming back up mid-week.

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Friday

Hi: 81 Lo: 64

Scattered clouds; Stray shower possible early; Wind SE 5-10 mph
Saturday

Hi: 84 Lo: 66

Partly cloudy; Widely scattered showers & storms, mostly in the PM hours; South wind 5-10 mph, gustier at higher elev's
Sunday

Hi: 85 Lo: 67

Partly cloudy; Widely scattered showers & storms, mostly in the PM hours; South wind 5-15 mph
Monday

Hi: 80 Lo: 60

Partly to mostly cloudy; Widespread showers and storms
Tuesday

Hi: 78 Lo: 60

Scattered clouds; Cannot rule out a shower or thundershower; Seasonably cool

Further Out

Wednesday - Partly sunny; Isolated PM showers and storms; High in the lower 80s; Low in the lower 60s
Thursday - Partly sunny; Pleasant; High in the mid 80s; Low in the mid 60s

Forecast Discussion

High pressure sitting to our east allows warm moist air to flow through the Southern Appalachians over the next few days bringing summertime weather to the High Country. Temperatures are warm but typical for this time of year. We could see a passing shower or thundershower this evening, however, conditions are more favorable tomorrow and Sunday.

A cold front approaches the Appalachians late Sunday night and moves through during the day on Monday. We'll see showers and thunderstorms beginning around the mid-morning that continue throughout the day. This rain should end late Monday night but we can't rule out a leftover shower on Tuesday as the front moves southeast of us. Monday and Tuesday will be much cooler.

Depending on the movement of the passing cold front on Tuesday, showers and storms could come back into play mid-week as we begin to warm up again.

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