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Today's Forecast

Monday

Daytime

Sunny with a milder afternoon
49°

Wind: Light NW becoming SW

Activity Meter: 2

Sunny with a milder afternoon

 

Overnight

Scattered clouds
31°

Wind: Light SW becoming NW

Activity Meter: 2

Scattered clouds

A Milder Monday

Skies will be sunny today and milder afternoon temperatures will promote a good deal of snow melt. Another blast of cold air arrives on Tuesday and Wednesday, before temperatures moderate for Thursday. Some snow showers and flurries will accompany this push of cold air on Tuesday and Tuesday night.  After yet another cooldown on Friday, the weekend does look a bit milder again.

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7-Day Forecast

Tuesday

Daytime

Intervals of clouds & sunshine; Windy & colder; Scattered snow showers & flurries
38°

Wind: NW 10-20 mph gusting to 35

Activity Meter: 1

Intervals of clouds & sunshine; Windy & colder; Scattered snow showers & flurries

 

Overnight

Partly cloudy with snow showers & flurries; Windy & cold
18°

Wind: NW 10-20 mph

Activity Meter: 1

Partly cloudy with snow showers & flurries; Windy & cold

Wednesday

Daytime

Becoming sunny; Cold
37°

Wind: NW 5-10 mph

Activity Meter: 1

Becoming sunny; Cold

 

Overnight

Mostly clear & cold
23°

Wind: Light SW

Activity Meter: 1

Mostly clear & cold

Thursday

Daytime

Mostly sunny; Not as cold
46°

Activity Meter: 2

Mostly sunny; Not as cold

 

Overnight

Becoming mostly cloudy; Flurries and scattered snow showers late
28°

Activity Meter: 2

Becoming mostly cloudy; Flurries and scattered snow showers late

Friday

Daytime

Mostly cloudy; Flurries possible, mainly early
40°

Activity Meter: 1

Mostly cloudy; Flurries possible, mainly early

 

Overnight

Scattered clouds
24°

Activity Meter: 1

Scattered clouds

Saturday

Daytime

Scattered clouds; Not as chilly
49°

Activity Meter: 2

Scattered clouds; Not as chilly

 

Overnight

Partly cloudy; Not as cold
32°

Activity Meter: 2

Partly cloudy; Not as cold

Sunday

Daytime

More clouds; Perhaps some light rain
50°

Activity Meter: 2

More clouds; Perhaps some light rain

 

Overnight

Mostly cloudy; Light rain possible
34°

Activity Meter: 2

Mostly cloudy; Light rain possible

Discussion

A Milder Monday

Temperatures will rebound nicely this afternoon out ahead of the next cold front that is scheduled to pass through first thing on  Tuesday. With highs flirting with the 50-degree mark this afternoon, that will melt a bit more snow.

Meanwhile, the front will bring another shot of cold air to the mountains for Tuesday and Wednesday. Scattered snow showers and flurries will be around Tuesday and Tuesday night. Light accumulations will mostly be limited to the NC/TN border areas. Cold air story will be big story for Tuesday night and Wednesday as a Canadian air mass returns.

Thursday will be briefly milder, before the next cold front knocks back temperatures for your Friday, along with a risk for snow flurries.

Temperatures will moderate again for next weekend. There could be some light rain entering the picture by Sunday out ahead of the next cold front

Monday

Daytime

Sunny with a milder afternoon
49°

Wind: Light NW becoming SW

Activity Meter: 2

Sunny with a milder afternoon

 

Overnight

Scattered clouds
31°

Wind: Light SW becoming NW

Activity Meter: 2

Scattered clouds

A Milder Monday

Skies will be sunny today and milder afternoon temperatures will promote a good deal of snow melt. Another blast of cold air arrives on Tuesday and Wednesday, before temperatures moderate for Thursday. Some snow showers and flurries will accompany this push of cold air on Tuesday and Tuesday night.  After yet another cooldown on Friday, the weekend does look a bit milder again.

The 2018 Blue Ridge Parkway Calendar is packed with great photography from the RaysWeather.Com Photo Contest. It has climate information for the entire Parkway and includes pages for November/December 2017 so you can hang it on the wall now. Get yours at RaysMarketplace.Com or at many retail outlets across the region.

Tuesday

Daytime

Intervals of clouds & sunshine; Windy & colder; Scattered snow showers & flurries
38°

Wind: NW 10-20 mph gusting to 35

Activity Meter: 1

Intervals of clouds & sunshine; Windy & colder; Scattered snow showers & flurries

 

Overnight

Partly cloudy with snow showers & flurries; Windy & cold
18°

Wind: NW 10-20 mph

Activity Meter: 1

Partly cloudy with snow showers & flurries; Windy & cold

Wednesday

Daytime

Becoming sunny; Cold
37°

Wind: NW 5-10 mph

Activity Meter: 1

Becoming sunny; Cold

 

Overnight

Mostly clear & cold
23°

Wind: Light SW

Activity Meter: 1

Mostly clear & cold

Thursday

Daytime

Mostly sunny; Not as cold
46°

Activity Meter: 2

Mostly sunny; Not as cold

 

Overnight

Becoming mostly cloudy; Flurries and scattered snow showers late
28°

Activity Meter: 2

Becoming mostly cloudy; Flurries and scattered snow showers late

Friday

Daytime

Mostly cloudy; Flurries possible, mainly early
40°

Activity Meter: 1

Mostly cloudy; Flurries possible, mainly early

 

Overnight

Scattered clouds
24°

Activity Meter: 1

Scattered clouds

Saturday

Daytime

Scattered clouds; Not as chilly
49°

Activity Meter: 2

Scattered clouds; Not as chilly

 

Overnight

Partly cloudy; Not as cold
32°

Activity Meter: 2

Partly cloudy; Not as cold

Sunday

Daytime

More clouds; Perhaps some light rain
50°

Activity Meter: 2

More clouds; Perhaps some light rain

 

Overnight

Mostly cloudy; Light rain possible
34°

Activity Meter: 2

Mostly cloudy; Light rain possible

A Milder Monday

Temperatures will rebound nicely this afternoon out ahead of the next cold front that is scheduled to pass through first thing on  Tuesday. With highs flirting with the 50-degree mark this afternoon, that will melt a bit more snow.

Meanwhile, the front will bring another shot of cold air to the mountains for Tuesday and Wednesday. Scattered snow showers and flurries will be around Tuesday and Tuesday night. Light accumulations will mostly be limited to the NC/TN border areas. Cold air story will be big story for Tuesday night and Wednesday as a Canadian air mass returns.

Thursday will be briefly milder, before the next cold front knocks back temperatures for your Friday, along with a risk for snow flurries.

Temperatures will moderate again for next weekend. There could be some light rain entering the picture by Sunday out ahead of the next cold front