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Wind: Calm
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Today's Forecast

Wednesday

Daytime

Filtered sunshine; Seasonably chilly
48°

Wind: Light & variable

Activity Meter: 2

Filtered sunshine; Seasonably chilly

 

Overnight

Partly cloudy
29°

Wind: Calm

Activity Meter: 2

Partly cloudy

Calm Weather

Who's ready for more calm weather? Well, you are in luck. Yesterday's theme continues today as thin clouds and sunshine are the main event. However, be careful this morning as the roads will be icy again thanks to the cold temperatures from last night and this morning.

Tomorrow starts off cloudy, but later that night rain showers make a return to our area. Friday, rain showers continue and will spill over into Saturday. With this incoming rain and the snow melting from the days prior, potential flooding is definitely a cause of concern for our area.

The 2019 Blue Ridge Parkway Calendar is in stock featuring winners from our yearly photo contest. Get your at RaysMarketplace.Com, or from one of the many local retailers. This year's feature is Waterfalls along the Parkway. Enjoy!

7-Day Forecast

Thursday

Daytime

Increasing cloudiness
45°

Wind: SE 5-10 mph

Activity Meter: 2

Increasing cloudiness

 

Overnight

Mostly cloudy with light rain developing after midnight
37°

Wind: SE 5-10 mph

Activity Meter: 2

Mostly cloudy with light rain developing after midnight

Friday

Daytime

Cloudy; Rainy
43°

Wind: SE 5-10 mph

Activity Meter: 1

Cloudy; Rainy

 

Overnight

Cloudy; More rain
41°

Wind: SE 5-10 mph

Activity Meter: 1

Cloudy; More rain

Saturday

Daytime

Cloudy with rain likely
47°

Activity Meter: 1

Cloudy with rain likely

 

Overnight

Mostly cloudy with evening rain possible
36°

Activity Meter: 1

Mostly cloudy with evening rain possible

Sunday

Daytime

Early cloudiness; Becoming mostly sunny; Not bad for mid-December
50°

Activity Meter: 3

Early cloudiness; Becoming mostly sunny; Not bad for mid-December

 

Overnight

Mostly clear
33°

Activity Meter: 3

Mostly clear

Monday

Daytime

Mostly sunny; Seasonably pleasant
52°

Activity Meter: 3

Mostly sunny; Seasonably pleasant

 

Overnight

Mostly clear
29°

Activity Meter: 3

Mostly clear

Tuesday

Daytime

Sunny & Clear; Mild
51°

Activity Meter: 3

Sunny & Clear; Mild

 

Overnight

Clear & Cold
30°

Activity Meter: 3

Clear & Cold

Discussion

Calm Weather

Continued high pressure, minimal cloud coverage and sunny skies lead to more snowmelt this afternoon. For today and the daytime tomorrow, weather will be calm and dry. Thursday night, however, another system heads our way from the West to bring showers back to WNC's forecast.

A low-pressure system will develop over the Texas panhandle on tomorrow, and make a turn into the Mississippi river Valley on Friday. Afterwards, it makes another turn and heads ENE to Western NC. A warm front ahead of the low, will move through the area on Friday, allowing for steady rain. A trailing upper level low follows through on Saturday, keeping showers in our area. We are expecting a rainfall total of 1-2 inches, and with that rain falling on the dense snowpack, flooding could present a problem.

Sunday, Monday and Tuesday of next week look to be sunny and fair as ridge of high pressure builds over the Ohio River Valley and the Mid Atlantic.

Wednesday

Daytime

Filtered sunshine; Seasonably chilly
48°

Wind: Light & variable

Activity Meter: 2

Filtered sunshine; Seasonably chilly

 

Overnight

Partly cloudy
29°

Wind: Calm

Activity Meter: 2

Partly cloudy

Calm Weather

Who's ready for more calm weather? Well, you are in luck. Yesterday's theme continues today as thin clouds and sunshine are the main event. However, be careful this morning as the roads will be icy again thanks to the cold temperatures from last night and this morning.

Tomorrow starts off cloudy, but later that night rain showers make a return to our area. Friday, rain showers continue and will spill over into Saturday. With this incoming rain and the snow melting from the days prior, potential flooding is definitely a cause of concern for our area.

The 2019 Blue Ridge Parkway Calendar is in stock featuring winners from our yearly photo contest. Get your at RaysMarketplace.Com, or from one of the many local retailers. This year's feature is Waterfalls along the Parkway. Enjoy!

Thursday

Daytime

Increasing cloudiness
45°

Wind: SE 5-10 mph

Activity Meter: 2

Increasing cloudiness

 

Overnight

Mostly cloudy with light rain developing after midnight
37°

Wind: SE 5-10 mph

Activity Meter: 2

Mostly cloudy with light rain developing after midnight

Friday

Daytime

Cloudy; Rainy
43°

Wind: SE 5-10 mph

Activity Meter: 1

Cloudy; Rainy

 

Overnight

Cloudy; More rain
41°

Wind: SE 5-10 mph

Activity Meter: 1

Cloudy; More rain

Saturday

Daytime

Cloudy with rain likely
47°

Activity Meter: 1

Cloudy with rain likely

 

Overnight

Mostly cloudy with evening rain possible
36°

Activity Meter: 1

Mostly cloudy with evening rain possible

Sunday

Daytime

Early cloudiness; Becoming mostly sunny; Not bad for mid-December
50°

Activity Meter: 3

Early cloudiness; Becoming mostly sunny; Not bad for mid-December

 

Overnight

Mostly clear
33°

Activity Meter: 3

Mostly clear

Monday

Daytime

Mostly sunny; Seasonably pleasant
52°

Activity Meter: 3

Mostly sunny; Seasonably pleasant

 

Overnight

Mostly clear
29°

Activity Meter: 3

Mostly clear

Tuesday

Daytime

Sunny & Clear; Mild
51°

Activity Meter: 3

Sunny & Clear; Mild

 

Overnight

Clear & Cold
30°

Activity Meter: 3

Clear & Cold

Calm Weather

Continued high pressure, minimal cloud coverage and sunny skies lead to more snowmelt this afternoon. For today and the daytime tomorrow, weather will be calm and dry. Thursday night, however, another system heads our way from the West to bring showers back to WNC's forecast.

A low-pressure system will develop over the Texas panhandle on tomorrow, and make a turn into the Mississippi river Valley on Friday. Afterwards, it makes another turn and heads ENE to Western NC. A warm front ahead of the low, will move through the area on Friday, allowing for steady rain. A trailing upper level low follows through on Saturday, keeping showers in our area. We are expecting a rainfall total of 1-2 inches, and with that rain falling on the dense snowpack, flooding could present a problem.

Sunday, Monday and Tuesday of next week look to be sunny and fair as ridge of high pressure builds over the Ohio River Valley and the Mid Atlantic.