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

Published Monday, July 29, 2013 at 12:02 pm

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

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