A freeze warning is in effect from midnight until 9 AM Monday for
most of the North Carolina mountains. As of Sunday afternoon,
Henderson County and the mountain areas of Polk, Rutherford, and
McDowell Counties were not in the warning.
Overnight, temperatures near or below freezing will be possible in
many mountain locations. especially for elevations 3000 feet and up.
Protect what plants you can for the overnight chill.
High pressure will be in control of our weather for the next few
days. Initially, we'll be dealing with below-average temperatures. By
Wednesday, expect the warmth to back, along with an increase in
This will set us up for a chance for isolated to widely scattered,
late afternoon/early evening showers and thunderstorms for the end of
the week and into the weekend. The mountains will be the primary
location for any pop-up storms, although there will be a slight chance
of a few dropping into the Upstate.
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