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Hendersonville , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Friday, February 22, 2019 at 6:40AM

Two More To Go

Soggy weather continues today through Saturday. If you can make it two more days, we promise a return to bright sunshine for the second half of the weekend. Today and Saturday will be noticeably cooler than Thursday afternoon’s mild readings. After early morning rain exits on Sunday, expect a mild but breezy afternoon. Temperatures get a little bit closer to normal early next week as dry weather persists.


Hi: 49 Lo: 42

Overcast with periods of rain & drizzle; Light SE wind

Hi: 47 Lo: 46

Cloudy with occasional rain & drizzle; Rain focused on Saturday night; SE wind 5-10 mph

Hi: 59 Lo: 32

Early rain ending; Becoming sunny with a pleasant afternoon, but windy; NW wind 10-20 mph gusting to 30

Hi: 52 Lo: 31

Lots of sunshine; Temperatures closer to normal

Hi: 55 Lo: 35

Mostly sunny; Partly cloudy Tuesday night

Further Out

Wednesday - Mostly cloudy; High in the mid 50s; Low in the mid 30s
Thursday - Mostly cloudy; A bit cooler; High in the lower 50s; Low in the lower 30s

Forecast Discussion

The weather map this Friday features a stationary front to our south, while high pressure over the Great Lakes region slides to the east and wedges southward along the eastern slopes of the mountains. A conveyor belt of southwesterly winds aloft will transport abundant Gulf of Mexico moisture overtop the cool dome at the surface to generate abundant clouds and rainfall.

This regime continues on Saturday as a cold front impinges upon the area from the Tennessee Valley. The front will sweep through early Sunday, concluding the rain and bringing rapid clearing to the area during Sunday morning. Expect bright sunshine for the balance of Sunday along with rather breezy or windy conditions.

Cooler air will be filtering into the area Sunday night and Monday, allowing temperatures to settle closer to late-February norms.

The next frontal system approaches for the middle part of next week, although this feature would appear to be moisture-starved as it crosses through the Mid-Atlantic region.


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