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Today's Forecast

Tuesday

Daytime

Cloudy with occasional light rain
51°

Wind: NW 5-10 mph

Activity Meter: 2

Cloudy with occasional light rain

 

Overnight

Cloudy
36°

Wind: Light NW

Activity Meter: 2

Cloudy

Daytime Rain, Brief Break

Occasional light rain during the daytime will taper off, and we will get a quick window of dry weather tonight through a good chunk of Wednesday. Steady rain returns during Wednesday afternoon and particularly Wednesday night through Thursday morning. Some freezing rain will be possible along the Parkway, mostly north of Mount Pisgah, Wednesday night and early Thursday. We finally clear all of this mess out for a sunnier conclusion to the workweek.

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

Wednesday

Daytime

Cloudy with rain redeveloping during the afternoon
44°

Wind: Light SE

Activity Meter: 2

Cloudy with rain redeveloping during the afternoon

 

Overnight

Cloudy; Rain & freezing rain
33°

Wind: Light SE

Activity Meter: 2

Cloudy; Rain & freezing rain

Thursday

Daytime

Cloudy with rain & freezing rain, changing to all rain
40°

Wind: Light SE becoming calm

Activity Meter: 1

Cloudy with rain & freezing rain, changing to all rain

 

Overnight

Mostly cloudy with a chance for snow showers or flurries; Blustery & colder
32°

Wind: NW 5-15 mph

Activity Meter: 1

Mostly cloudy with a chance for snow showers or flurries; Blustery & colder

Friday

Daytime

Early clouds yielding to bright sunshine; Finally dry
51°

Activity Meter: 3

Early clouds yielding to bright sunshine; Finally dry

 

Overnight

Clear
30°

Activity Meter: 3

Clear

Saturday

Daytime

Mostly sunny; Rather pleasant
58°

Activity Meter: 3

Mostly sunny; Rather pleasant

 

Overnight

Mostly clear
32°

Activity Meter: 3

Mostly clear

Sunday

Daytime

Plenty of sunshine; Nice
55°

Activity Meter: 3

Plenty of sunshine; Nice

 

Overnight

Partly cloudy
32°

Activity Meter: 3

Partly cloudy

Monday

Daytime

Mostly sunny; Rather seasonable
54°

Activity Meter: 3

Mostly sunny; Rather seasonable

 

Overnight

Mostly clear
33°

Activity Meter: 3

Mostly clear

Discussion

Daytime Rain, Brief Break

Low-pressure and its associated cold front will be riding up the Eastern Seaboard today, bringing an end to round one of the rain by tonight. A wedge of chilly high pressure will then build in tonight and Wednesday before the next low-pressure system takes shape over the Southeast United States late Wednesday.

This next low will take a similar path up the East Coast on Thursday before exiting by Friday. This next shot of rain will have even colder air in the low-levels, or cold enough for some freezing rain late Wednesday night and early Thursday along the Blue Ridge, mostly from Mount Pisgah and mileposts north of there.

Everything concludes as plain old rain on Thursday afternoon, although a few snow showers or flurries will be possible Thursday night before we finally clear out Friday morning.

We’re happy to report that the weekend looks dry, quiet and uneventful. Also of note, after this week, if it didn’t rain again the rest of November (which is unlikely), we would still end up with above-average rainfall for the month.

Tuesday

Daytime

Cloudy with occasional light rain
51°

Wind: NW 5-10 mph

Activity Meter: 2

Cloudy with occasional light rain

 

Overnight

Cloudy
36°

Wind: Light NW

Activity Meter: 2

Cloudy

Daytime Rain, Brief Break

Occasional light rain during the daytime will taper off, and we will get a quick window of dry weather tonight through a good chunk of Wednesday. Steady rain returns during Wednesday afternoon and particularly Wednesday night through Thursday morning. Some freezing rain will be possible along the Parkway, mostly north of Mount Pisgah, Wednesday night and early Thursday. We finally clear all of this mess out for a sunnier conclusion to the workweek.

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!

Wednesday

Daytime

Cloudy with rain redeveloping during the afternoon
44°

Wind: Light SE

Activity Meter: 2

Cloudy with rain redeveloping during the afternoon

 

Overnight

Cloudy; Rain & freezing rain
33°

Wind: Light SE

Activity Meter: 2

Cloudy; Rain & freezing rain

Thursday

Daytime

Cloudy with rain & freezing rain, changing to all rain
40°

Wind: Light SE becoming calm

Activity Meter: 1

Cloudy with rain & freezing rain, changing to all rain

 

Overnight

Mostly cloudy with a chance for snow showers or flurries; Blustery & colder
32°

Wind: NW 5-15 mph

Activity Meter: 1

Mostly cloudy with a chance for snow showers or flurries; Blustery & colder

Friday

Daytime

Early clouds yielding to bright sunshine; Finally dry
51°

Activity Meter: 3

Early clouds yielding to bright sunshine; Finally dry

 

Overnight

Clear
30°

Activity Meter: 3

Clear

Saturday

Daytime

Mostly sunny; Rather pleasant
58°

Activity Meter: 3

Mostly sunny; Rather pleasant

 

Overnight

Mostly clear
32°

Activity Meter: 3

Mostly clear

Sunday

Daytime

Plenty of sunshine; Nice
55°

Activity Meter: 3

Plenty of sunshine; Nice

 

Overnight

Partly cloudy
32°

Activity Meter: 3

Partly cloudy

Monday

Daytime

Mostly sunny; Rather seasonable
54°

Activity Meter: 3

Mostly sunny; Rather seasonable

 

Overnight

Mostly clear
33°

Activity Meter: 3

Mostly clear

Daytime Rain, Brief Break

Low-pressure and its associated cold front will be riding up the Eastern Seaboard today, bringing an end to round one of the rain by tonight. A wedge of chilly high pressure will then build in tonight and Wednesday before the next low-pressure system takes shape over the Southeast United States late Wednesday.

This next low will take a similar path up the East Coast on Thursday before exiting by Friday. This next shot of rain will have even colder air in the low-levels, or cold enough for some freezing rain late Wednesday night and early Thursday along the Blue Ridge, mostly from Mount Pisgah and mileposts north of there.

Everything concludes as plain old rain on Thursday afternoon, although a few snow showers or flurries will be possible Thursday night before we finally clear out Friday morning.

We’re happy to report that the weekend looks dry, quiet and uneventful. Also of note, after this week, if it didn’t rain again the rest of November (which is unlikely), we would still end up with above-average rainfall for the month.