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NWS Flood Advisory (Henderson County)

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Hendersonville , NC
Weather Station located at WHKP 1450 AM Studios.

Forecast Last Updated at Saturday, August 15, 2020 at 7:05AM

Not an Outdoor Day

A front is moving through our region today from northwest to southeast. Expect widespread showers and storms with isolated heavy rain. Rain amounts between 1" and 2" will be common with isolated greater totals. Temperatures are less warm thanks to cloudy skies. The good news is much drier weather Sunday through Tuesday. Sunday has lots of clouds with isolated showers and thundershowers. Monday and Tuesday have more sunshine but isolated showers and thundershowers remain a possibility.


Hi: 76 Lo: 65

Generally cloudy; Widespread showers and storms; Isolated heavy rain possible; Light & variable wind except gusty near t-storms, becoming NW 5-15 mph tonight

Hi: 80 Lo: 64

Increasing sunshine; Stray daytime shower or thundershower; NW wind 5-10 mph, becoming light Sun. night

Hi: 80 Lo: 59

Mostly sunny after early fog; Slight chance for a PM shower or thundershower; Light wind

Hi: 79 Lo: 60

Mostly sunny; An isolated PM shower or thundershower

Hi: 78 Lo: 63

Partly sunny; Scattered PM showers & thundershowers

Further Out

Thursday - Partly sunny; Scattered PM showers & thundershowers; High in the upper 70s; Low in the lower 60s
Friday - Partly to mostly cloudy; Scattered PM showers and thundershowers; High in the upper 70s; Low in the lower 60s

Forecast Discussion

It's been a while since we have said "frontal passage". Today's the day we can say it again as a front moves across the Appalachians and stalls near the Carolina Coast early next week. A secondary front moves through with no fanfare early Monday morning.

Saturday is cloudy and muggy with widespread showers and storms. Isolated heavy rain is possible.

The front will be just to our east Sunday. We'll have lots of clouds with isolated showers and thundershowers. Monday and Tuesday have more sun but still the potential for an isolated shower or thundershower.

Wednesday through Friday, the front will be stationary to our east but close enough to increase humidity and with daytime heating, trigger scattered mostly afternoon showers and thundershowers.

Tropical Storm Kyle is off the New England Coast kicking up the surf. Tropical Storm Josephine is far out in the Atlantic. The only threat to land from either is a weakened Josephine near Bermuda by the middle of next week.


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