TODAY'S FORECAST: Sunny/Breezy
TODAY'S HIGH: 47 WIND: WNW 10-15
TONIGHT'S LOW: 21 HUMIDITY: 23%
RAIN CHANCE: 0 % Snow: -0%
TODAY'S FORECAST: Sunny/Breezy
TODAY'S HIGH: 37 WIND: NW 20-25 G 35
TONIGHT'S LOW: 16 HUMIDITY: 20%
RAIN CHANCE: 0 % Snow : 0%

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DAILY PLANNER FOR Saturday January 31st, 2015
MORNING NOON EVENING

Sunny
Low 20'

Sunny/Breezy
Low 40's

Sunny
Mid to Upper 40's
NW Burke DAILY PLANNER FOR Saturday January 31st, 2015
MORNING NOON EVENING

Cold
Mid 10's

Sunny/Windy
Upper 20's

Sunny/Breezy
Mid 30's

OFFICIAL RAINFALL DATA FOR


MORGANTON 2013

2013-
JANUARY - 7.23 IN
FEBRUARY- 4.41 IN
MARCH- 3.53 IN
APRIL- 4.68 IN
MAY- 11.40 IN
JUNE- 8.02 IN
JULY- 14.47 IN
AUGUST- 4.40 IN
SEPTEMBER- 2.39 IN
OCTOBER- 2.21 IN
NOVEMBER- 4.25 IN
DECEMBER- 6.87 IN


TOTAL: 73.86 INCHES


NORMAL: 48.61 INCHES


25.25 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL


Morganton 2014


2014-


January- 2.92 IN


February- 2.74 IN


March- 3.92 IN


April- 4.62 IN


May-  2.92 IN


June- 5.51 IN


July- 4.23 IN


August- 3.42 IN


September-  6.58 IN


October- 3.83 IN


Nobember- 3.95 IN 


December- 3.28 


Total: 48.48 In.  


Normal: 56.13 In. 


-7.65 In. below normal

SATURDAY JANUARY 31ST
ALMANAC
SUNRISE 7:26
SUNSET 5:51
HIGH LOW
TODAY 50 36
NORMAL 50 30
RECORD 76
1950
7
1966
GREATER BURKE SEVEN DAY FORECAST
SAT SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI
HIGH 47 48 37 40 46 35 30
LOW 21 33 41 26 28 31 20
FORECAST
RAIN CHC. 0% 50% 50% 0% 0% 10% 10%
WEATHER DISCUSSION

Friday January 30th, 2015

Issued 5:00 pm


CATAWBA COUNTY, GREATER BURKE, GREATER CALDWELL, GREATER MCDOWELL


INCLUDING: OLD FORT, PLEASANT GARDENS, MARION, GLENWOOD, DYSARTSVILLE, CLINCHFIELD, CROOKED CREEK, NEBO, VEIN MOUNTAIN, LAKE JAMES, PINEY, CHESTERFIELD, OAK HILL(BURKE), GLEN ALPINE, BRENDLETOWN, MORGANTON, SALEM, DREXEL, LAKE RHODHISS, VALDESE, CONNELLY SPRINGS, RUTHERFORD COLLEGE, PLEASANT GROVE,PINE MOUNTAIN, SOUTH MOUNTAIN STATE PARK, GEORGE HILDEBRAND, ICARD, RHODHISS, LONGVIEW,HILDEBRAND, COLLETTSVILLE, LENOIR, GAMEWELL, KINGS CREEK, OAK HILL(CALDWELL), DUDLEY SHOALS, GRANITE FALLS, HUDSON,LAKE HICKORY,COOKSVILLE,PLATEAU, BLACKBURN, STARTOWN, DUAN, MAIDEN, NEWTON, BROOKFORD, ADVENT CROSSROADS, HICKORY, SAINT STEPHENS, VIEWMONT, MOUNTAIN VIEW, CONOVER, OXFORD PARK, CLAREMONT, CATFISH, CATAWBA, MURRAY MILLS, DRUMS CROSSROADS, OLIVERS CROSSROAD, BANDY, KILLIANS CROSSROAD, MONBO, SHERRILLS FORD, AND TERRELL

SYNOPSIS:


High pressure takes control for a few days before another front passes through giving us a chance at rain on Sunday and Monday. This low pressure will be a game changer. This will allow for a east coast trough to set up. Setting the stage for a stormy/active pattern for next week. The best look we have this winter. Temps will not warm much over the next seven days as we stay in the low 40's as highs.



TONIGHT


Clear. breezy at times. Cold. Low near 21.



SATURDAY


Partly cloudy. High in mid to upper 40's.



SATURDAY NIGHT


Increasing clouds. low near 33.



SUNDAY


We start with partly cloudy skies, clouds will increase through the day, then once the sunsets we will see the rain overspread the area. High 48.



SUNDAY NIGHT


Rain continues.Low around 41.



MONDAY


Cloudy with showers early, then clearing and breezy. Our highs will occur in the morning and temps will drop through the day. High 37.



MONDAY NIGHT


Partly cloudy. Cold. Low 26.



TUESDAY


Partly cloudy. High in upper 30's to around 40..



TUESDAY NIGHT


Clear. Low 28.



THURSDAY - FRIDAY


Possible Storm sytem?.



Scotty Powell

Meteorologist

Burke Weather Inc.

NORTHWESTERN BURKE SEVEN DAY FORECAST
SAT SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI
HIGH 37 42 26 30 41 32 25
LOW 16 28 33 12 22 27 15
FORECAST
RAIN CHC. 0% 50% 50% 10% 0% 10% 10%
WEATHER DISCUSSION

Friday January 31st, 2015

ISSUED 5:00pm


NORTHWEST BURKE, NORTHWEST CALDWELL, AND NORTHWEST MCDOWELL COUNTIESp>

INCLUDING: LITTLE SWITZERLAND, BLACK MOUNTAIN, ALTA PASS, LINVILLE FALLS, JONAS RIDGE, GINGERCAKE ACRES, WILSONS CREEK GORGE, ROSBORO, EDGEMONT, COLLETTSVILLE, GLOBE, BLOWING ROCK, PATTERSON, YADKIN RIVER VALLEY, AND BUFFALO COVE



SYNOPSIS:


High pressure takes control for a few days before another front passes through giving us a chance at rain on Sunday and Monday. This low pressure will be a game changer. This will allow for a east coast trough to set up. Setting the stage for a stormy/active pattern for next week. The best look we have this winter. Temps will not warm much over the next seven days as we stay in the low 30's as highs.



TONIGHT


Clear. breezy at times. Cold. Low near 16.



SATURDAY


Partly cloudy. Breezy. High in mid to upper 30's.



SATURDAY NIGHT


Increasing clouds. low near 28.



SUNDAY


We start with partly cloudy skies, clouds will increase through the day, then once the sunsets we will see the rain overspread the area. High 42.



SUNDAY NIGHT


Rain continues.Low around 33.



MONDAY


Cloudy with showers early, then clearing and breezy. Our highs will occur in the morning and temps will drop through the day. High 26.



MONDAY NIGHT


Partly cloudy. Cold. Low 12.



TUESDAY


Partly cloudy. High near 30..



TUESDAY NIGHT


Clear. Low 22.



WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY


Possible Storm sytem?.



Scotty Powell

Meteorologist

Burke Weather Inc.

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