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Current Weather Conditions at WRKN

Updated: 6:31pm on 2/13/16

Currently:
34

Clear
Clear

High: 41 
(3:02pm) 
Low: 29 
(12:26am)
 Wind Chill:34          Comfort Level: Cool
Wind: 0 mph from the N
Gust: 0 mph
Today's High Wind: 15 mph (12:17pm)
Humidity: 42%
Pressure: 30.34 in  (Rising)  
Pressure Rate of change: -0.02 in/hr
Dew Point: 14
Dew Point Low: 9 at 4:16pm
Wind Chill: 34
Wind Chill Low: 24 at 9:16am
Heat Index (feels like): 34
Heat Index High: 41 at 3:02pm
Comfort Level: Cool
Temperature Rate of change:  -3.69/hr
Current UV Index 0.0 Minimum Erythermal Dose
UV Index High 4.4 at 12:31pm
Solar Radiation 0 Watts/Square Meter
Solar Radiation High 666 at 1:24pm

5 Day Forecast for Monroe and Union County NC
 
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu
Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear
Cloudy Chance Sleet Chance Rain Snow Partly Cloudy
34 38 51 53 52
26 37 35 33 34

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Temperature Forecast Normal Record
High 34 55 74
(1951)
Low 26 32 2
(1899)
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Weather Advisories
Warning Date: 3:57 PM EST on February 13, 2016
Warning Description: Special Statement
Full Advisory Text...
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Sunrise:  
7:08am
Moonrise: 
10:30am

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Sunset: 
6:01pm
Moonset:  
11:55pm
Rainfall Totals
WRKN Hourly Rain 0.00 in
WRKN Daily Rain: 0.00 in
WRKN Monthly Rain: 1.34 in
WRKN Yearly Rain: 2.95 in
Monthly Rain: Monroe Airport 0.75 in
Yearly Rain: Monroe Airport 3.03 in
 

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Full Advisory Text

Warning Description: Special Statement

Warning Date: 3:57 PM EST on February 13, 2016

WarningSum:...Cold Wave Expected Over The Western Carolinas And Northeast
Georgia Through Sunday...

Warning Message:A very cold Arctic air mass will settle across the region
tonight...with low temperatures in the single digits to lower
teens in the mountains...and in the teens to around 20 over the
foothills and Piedmont. High temperatures will struggle again on
Sunday to rise through the 20s across the mountains and the 30s
across the Piedmont...with highs generally 15 to 20 degrees below
normal in most areas.
The cold weather will result in high demands for electricity
across the region. Power outages may result from the heavy
electrical Load. Those who require electricity for heating or
medical equipment should consider backup heat or electrical
sources.
Take steps now to protect your property and health from the
extreme cold. If you go outside...wear several layers of loose
fitting...lightweight...warm clothing rather than one layer of
heavy clothing. Mittens are warmer than gloves. Wear a hat and
cover your mouth with a scarf. If driving...keep your Gas Tank
near full to avoid ice in The Tank and fuel lines. Check your
antifreeze and windshield washer fluid levels. Be sure to carry a
fully charged cell phone.
In your home...consider allowing indoor plumbing fixtures to drip
to allow water to trickle through pipes and inhibit freezing. Use
caution with space heaters in order to avoid fire or injury. If
emergency generators will be used...they must be situated outdoors
in well ventilated areas to prevent Carbon monoxide poisoning.
Also...remember to check in on family...friends...and elderly
neighbors who might be susceptible to the cold. Do not Forget
about your pets and livestock. Make sure they have a source of
water that will not freeze and a warm place to take shelter from
the wind and cold.
Do not attempt to walk on frozen ponds...lakes or streams...as the
ice will not be thick enough to support the weight...even of a
child.
A cold wave is defined as when the average daily temperature is
12 degrees or more below normal mid-January average daily
temperatures for 48 hours or longer. Normal mid-January average
daily temperatures are...for Asheville 37...Charlotte 41...and
gsp 42. By definition it follows that a cold wave is when the
average daily temperature for Asheville is 25...Charlotte is
29...and gsp is 30 degrees.
PM
357 PM EST Sat Feb 13 2016
...Cold wave expected over the western Carolinas and northeast
Georgia through Sunday...
A very cold Arctic air mass will settle across the region
tonight...with low temperatures in the single digits to lower
teens in the mountains...and in the teens to around 20 over the
foothills and Piedmont. High temperatures will struggle again on
Sunday to rise through the 20s across the mountains and the 30s
across the Piedmont...with highs generally 15 to 20 degrees below
normal in most areas.
The cold weather will result in high demands for electricity
across the region. Power outages may result from the heavy
electrical Load. Those who require electricity for heating or
medical equipment should consider backup heat or electrical
sources.
Take steps now to protect your property and health from the
extreme cold. If you go outside...wear several layers of loose
fitting...lightweight...warm clothing rather than one layer of
heavy clothing. Mittens are warmer than gloves. Wear a hat and
cover your mouth with a scarf. If driving...keep your Gas Tank
near full to avoid ice in The Tank and fuel lines. Check your
antifreeze and windshield washer fluid levels. Be sure to carry a
fully charged cell phone.
In your home...consider allowing indoor plumbing fixtures to drip
to allow water to trickle through pipes and inhibit freezing. Use
caution with space heaters in order to avoid fire or injury. If
emergency generators will be used...they must be situated outdoors
in well ventilated areas to prevent Carbon monoxide poisoning.
Also...remember to check in on family...friends...and elderly
neighbors who might be susceptible to the cold. Do not Forget
about your pets and livestock. Make sure they have a source of
water that will not freeze and a warm place to take shelter from
the wind and cold.
Do not attempt to walk on frozen ponds...lakes or streams...as the
ice will not be thick enough to support the weight...even of a
child.
A cold wave is defined as when the average daily temperature is
12 degrees or more below normal mid-January average daily
temperatures for 48 hours or longer. Normal mid-January average
daily temperatures are...for Asheville 37...Charlotte 41...and
gsp 42. By definition it follows that a cold wave is when the
average daily temperature for Asheville is 25...Charlotte is
29...and gsp is 30 degrees.
PM
301 am EST Sat Feb 13 2016
...Cold wave expected over the western Carolinas and northeast
Georgia through this weekend...
A very cold Arctic airmass is building into the region today. High
temperatures this afternoon will likely remain in the teens and
20s across the mountains...with mostly 30s east of the mountains.
Colder air will settle in tonight...with low temperatures in the
single digits to lower teens in the mountains...and in the teens
to around 20 over the foothills and Piedmont. High temperatures
will struggle again on Sunday to reach the 20s mountains and 30s
Piedmont...with highs some 20 to 25 degrees below normal in most
areas.
The cold weather will result in high demands for electricity
across the region. Power outages may result from the heavy
electrical Load. Those who require electricity for heating or
medical equipment should consider backup heat or electrical
sources.
Take steps now to protect your property and health from the
extreme cold. If you go outside...wear several layers of loose
fitting...lightweight...warm clothing rather than one layer of
heavy clothing. Mittens are warmer than gloves. Wear a hat and
cover your mouth with a scarf. If driving...keep your Gas Tank
near full to avoid ice in The Tank and fuel lines. Check your
antifreeze and windshield washer fluid levels. Be sure to carry a
fully charged cell phone.
In your home...consider allowing indoor plumbing fixtures to drip
to allow water to trickle through pipes and inhibit freezing. Use
caution with space heaters in order to avoid fire or injury. If
emergency generators will be used...they must be situated outdoors
in well ventilated areas to prevent Carbon monoxide poisoning.
Also...remember to check in on family...friends...and elderly
neighbors who might be susceptible to the cold. Do not Forget
about your pets and livestock. Make sure they have a source of
water that will not freeze and a warm place to take shelter from
the wind and cold.
Do not attempt to walk on frozen ponds...lakes or streams...as the
ice will not be thick enough to support the weight...even of a
child.
A cold wave is defined as when the average daily temperature is
12 degrees or more below normal mid-January average daily
temperatures for 48 hours or longer. Normal mid-January average
daily temperatures are...for Asheville 37...Charlotte 41...and
gsp 42. By definition it follows that a cold wave is when the
average daily temperature for Asheville is 25...Charlotte is
29...and gsp is 30.
301 am EST Sat Feb 13 2016
...Cold wave expected over the western Carolinas and northeast
Georgia through this weekend...
A very cold Arctic airmass is building into the region today. High
temperatures this afternoon will likely remain in the teens and
20s across the mountains...with mostly 30s east of the mountains.
Colder air will settle in tonight...with low temperatures in the
single digits to lower teens in the mountains...and in the teens
to around 20 over the foothills and Piedmont. High temperatures
will struggle again on Sunday to reach the 20s mountains and 30s
Piedmont...with highs some 20 to 25 degrees below normal in most
areas.
The cold weather will result in high demands for electricity
across the region. Power outages may result from the heavy
electrical Load. Those who require electricity for heating or
medical equipment should consider backup heat or electrical
sources.
Take steps now to protect your property and health from the
extreme cold. If you go outside...wear several layers of loose
fitting...lightweight...warm clothing rather than one layer of
heavy clothing. Mittens are warmer than gloves. Wear a hat and
cover your mouth with a scarf. If driving...keep your Gas Tank
near full to avoid ice in The Tank and fuel lines. Check your
antifreeze and windshield washer fluid levels. Be sure to carry a
fully charged cell phone.
In your home...consider allowing indoor plumbing fixtures to drip
to allow water to trickle through pipes and inhibit freezing. Use
caution with space heaters in order to avoid fire or injury. If
emergency generators will be used...they must be situated outdoors
in well ventilated areas to prevent Carbon monoxide poisoning.
Also...remember to check in on family...friends...and elderly
neighbors who might be susceptible to the cold. Do not Forget
about your pets and livestock. Make sure they have a source of
water that will not freeze and a warm place to take shelter from
the wind and cold.
Do not attempt to walk on frozen ponds...lakes or streams...as the
ice will not be thick enough to support the weight...even of a
child.
A cold wave is defined as when the average daily temperature is
12 degrees or more below normal mid-January average daily
temperatures for 48 hours or longer. Normal mid-January average
daily temperatures are...for Asheville 37...Charlotte 41...and
gsp 42. By definition it follows that a cold wave is when the
average daily temperature for Asheville is 25...Charlotte is
29...and gsp is 30.
301 am EST Sat Feb 13 2016
...Cold wave expected over the western Carolinas and northeast
Georgia through this weekend...
A very cold Arctic airmass is building into the region today. High
temperatures this afternoon will likely remain in the teens and
20s across the mountains...with mostly 30s east of the mountains.
Colder air will settle in tonight...with low temperatures in the
single digits to lower teens in the mountains...and in the teens
to around 20 over the foothills and Piedmont. High temperatures
will struggle again on Sunday to reach the 20s mountains and 30s
Piedmont...with highs some 20 to 25 degrees below normal in most
areas.
The cold weather will result in high demands for electricity
across the region. Power outages may result from the heavy
electrical Load. Those who require electricity for heating or
medical equipment should consider backup heat or electrical
sources.
Take steps now to protect your property and health from the
extreme cold. If you go outside...wear several layers of loose
fitting...lightweight...warm clothing rather than one layer of
heavy clothing. Mittens are warmer than gloves. Wear a hat and
cover your mouth with a scarf. If driving...keep your Gas Tank
near full to avoid ice in The Tank and fuel lines. Check your
antifreeze and windshield washer fluid levels. Be sure to carry a
fully charged cell phone.
In your home...consider allowing indoor plumbing fixtures to drip
to allow water to trickle through pipes and inhibit freezing. Use
caution with space heaters in order to avoid fire or injury. If
emergency generators will be used...they must be situated outdoors
in well ventilated areas to prevent Carbon monoxide poisoning.
Also...remember to check in on family...friends...and elderly
neighbors who might be susceptible to the cold. Do not Forget
about your pets and livestock. Make sure they have a source of
water that will not freeze and a warm place to take shelter from
the wind and cold.
Do not attempt to walk on frozen ponds...lakes or streams...as the
ice will not be thick enough to support the weight...even of a
child.
A cold wave is defined as when the average daily temperature is
12 degrees or more below normal mid-January average daily
temperatures for 48 hours or longer. Normal mid-January average
daily temperatures are...for Asheville 37...Charlotte 41...and
gsp 42. By definition it follows that a cold wave is when the
average daily temperature for Asheville is 25...Charlotte is
29...and gsp is 30.
        

 

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