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Clouds will quickly thicken across the region tonight and into tomorrow. These will mean milder temperatures overnight. While Asheville tied a record low of 54 this morning, I expect lows tonight in the upper 50s for most mountain valleys.

Tomorrow will bring plenty of cloud cover with intervals of filtered sunshine. Scattered showers will begin to develop late-day. Rainfall amounts initially will not be more than a 0.25", but Friday will bring more widespread and heavier showers to the region. By Saturday morning, rainfall amounts will exceed an inch in places.

The coming weekend will remain unsettled, with scattered showers and thundershowers both days. Most of these will occur in the daylight hours. Temperatures will be coolest on Friday and Saturday, only warming into the lower 70s for Asheville, to upper 70s for the Upstate.

A gradual warming trend takes shape though, starting the second half of the weekend. Highs in the upper 70s Sunday and Monday, but expect lower 80s by Tuesday and Wednesday.

Chief Meteorologist

Jason Boyer



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