Today, 9/24, was a day of record heat. Asheville tied the record of 89° set back in 1895. A weak cool front backs into the mountains on Sunday, keeping us a few degrees cooler for the second half of the weekend, but still much warmer than average. We can't rule out a few late day/early evening showers and thunderstorms.
The chance of showers and thunderstorms goes way up on Monday, as a stronger cold front approaches from the west. This front will keep us unsettled on Monday and Tuesday, with showers, storms, and highs in the mid to upper 70's.
Drier, cooler air arrives behind the front Tuesday night. We begin to feel like Fall on Wednesday, with a morning low near 50 degrees and highs in the lower 70's. This cool, dry pattern continues through Saturday. Enjoy!
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Today's Record Temperatures