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Ray’s Weather Center: Expect Valley Temperatures To Drop Into The 40s Tonight In The ‘Typical Cold Holes’

By Jesse Wood

July 29, 2013. According to climate archives at RaysWeather.com, Deep Gap residents woke up to temperatures just barely in the 40s this morning. At 6:36 a.m., a weather station in Deep Gap recorded 49.8 degrees.

Other parts of the High Country can expect that tonight as well. 

While RaysWeather.com celebrates the two – for the most part – dry days forecasted for Monday and Tuesday, it also notes that temperatures tonight and tomorrow night are expected to be chilly in the valleys and drop into the upper-40s in the “typical cold holes” that include Banner Elk and Valle Crucis. 

For more detailed forecasts, click to Ray’s Weather Center here