Ray’s Weather Center: High Country To Flirt With Record High Temperatures Thursday Afternoon

Published Thursday, May 8, 2014 at 12:38 pm

By Jesse Wood

May 8, 2014. The High Country will flirt with record-high temperatures for May 8 on Thursday afternoon.

RaysWeather.com reported that the temps are expected to be in the low- to mid-80s. Highs on the mountaintops are forecasted to be in the low- to mid-70s.

“We’ll flirt with those numbers today. Enjoy a beautiful May day!” RaysWeather.com noted in its forecast discussion.

Amidst RaysWeather.com’s archive of weather data, the record high for Boone for May 8 is 82 degrees. The earliest recording of that high is 1936 and may have occurred again since then. For those interested, the record low for May 8 is 29 degrees, which happened as early as 1944.

Beech Mountain’s record high for May 8 is 71, first recorded in 2010.

Banner Elk’s record high for May 8 is 82, first recorded in 1940.

West Jefferson’s record high for May 8 is 85, recorded in 1940.

According to hourly forecasts online, the high of the day should take place about 4 p.m. on Thursday.

Stay cool out there!

If nothing else, tomorrow’s thunderstorms and showers should cool the air.

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