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32°
Wind: S 8 MPH S
Driving

Activity Meter: Driving

Today's Forecast

Saturday

Daytime

Cloudy; Pockets of mixed precip early, then all rain
37°

Wind: SE to SW 10-15 mph

Activity Meter: 1

Cloudy; Pockets of mixed precip early, then all rain

 

Overnight

Rain ends; Decreasing clouds late
27°

Wind: SW to NW 10-20 mph & gusty

Activity Meter: 1

Rain ends; Decreasing clouds late

Rain Approaching

Low pressure in the great lakes region will provide us with precipitation this afternoon into the evening. Frozen precipitation is possible at the onset but looks to end quickly, as temperatures are too warm to sustain anything frozen. A cold front will press through tonight, drying us out and setting us up for the stronger cold front Sunday night. Overnight lows will be in the teens for the first few days of the work week before moderation occurs Wednesday. A warmer end to the week is on tap, with rain returning late Friday.

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7-Day Forecast

Sunday

Daytime

Becoming mostly sunny; Cold and blustery
31°

Wind: NW 10-20 mph

Activity Meter: 1

Becoming mostly sunny; Cold and blustery

 

Overnight

Mostly clear; Cold
13°

Wind: NW 5-15 mph

Activity Meter: 1

Mostly clear; Cold

Monday

Daytime

Mostly sunny; Colder
25°

Wind: NW 5-15 mph

Activity Meter: 1

Mostly sunny; Colder

 

Overnight

Partly clopudy
13°

Wind: NW 5-10 mph

Activity Meter: 1

Partly clopudy

Tuesday

Daytime

Morning clouds; Then mostly sunny; Stays cold; Breezy
29°

Activity Meter: 1

Morning clouds; Then mostly sunny; Stays cold; Breezy

 

Overnight

Mostly clear; Cold
16°

Activity Meter: 1

Mostly clear; Cold

Wednesday

Daytime

Mostly sunny; Not as cold
42°

Activity Meter: 2

Mostly sunny; Not as cold

 

Overnight

Mostly clear; Cold
24°

Activity Meter: 2

Mostly clear; Cold

Thursday

Daytime

Ample sunshine; Back to seasonal temps
45°

Activity Meter: 2

Ample sunshine; Back to seasonal temps

 

Overnight

Partly cloudy; Chilly, though not as cold
30°

Activity Meter: 2

Partly cloudy; Chilly, though not as cold

Friday

Daytime

Maintaining seasonal temps, Rain Late
45°

Activity Meter: 2

Maintaining seasonal temps, Rain Late

 

Overnight

Rain
34°

Activity Meter: 2

Rain

Discussion

Rain Approaching

Strengthening low pressure in the great lakes is to blame for our precipitation today. Previous thinking was a little heavier on the frozen precipitation, but that relied on onset earlier than what we are going to see today. Therefore, a pocket or two of sleet or freezing rain is possible, but it should be the exception, not the norm today. Temperatures will slowly rise throughout the day, peaking after sunset. Rain will end overnight, with the passage of a cold front.

A second cold front is on tap for Sunday night, which will bring us the coldest air of the season. The second front will not have much moisture associated with it, so precipitation is not expected.

The start to our work week is a cold one. More of the same Tuesday before we moderate a bit Wednesday. We finally get back to seasonal temperatures Thursday and Friday before rain develops Friday night.

Saturday

Daytime

Cloudy; Pockets of mixed precip early, then all rain
37°

Wind: SE to SW 10-15 mph

Activity Meter: 1

Cloudy; Pockets of mixed precip early, then all rain

 

Overnight

Rain ends; Decreasing clouds late
27°

Wind: SW to NW 10-20 mph & gusty

Activity Meter: 1

Rain ends; Decreasing clouds late

Rain Approaching

Low pressure in the great lakes region will provide us with precipitation this afternoon into the evening. Frozen precipitation is possible at the onset but looks to end quickly, as temperatures are too warm to sustain anything frozen. A cold front will press through tonight, drying us out and setting us up for the stronger cold front Sunday night. Overnight lows will be in the teens for the first few days of the work week before moderation occurs Wednesday. A warmer end to the week is on tap, with rain returning late Friday.

What is the best way to enjoy southern Appalachian scenery all year long? The RaysWeather.Com Blue Ridge Parkway Calendar of course. Order online anytime or visit these fine retailers to pick up your copy today.  

Sunday

Daytime

Becoming mostly sunny; Cold and blustery
31°

Wind: NW 10-20 mph

Activity Meter: 1

Becoming mostly sunny; Cold and blustery

 

Overnight

Mostly clear; Cold
13°

Wind: NW 5-15 mph

Activity Meter: 1

Mostly clear; Cold

Monday

Daytime

Mostly sunny; Colder
25°

Wind: NW 5-15 mph

Activity Meter: 1

Mostly sunny; Colder

 

Overnight

Partly clopudy
13°

Wind: NW 5-10 mph

Activity Meter: 1

Partly clopudy

Tuesday

Daytime

Morning clouds; Then mostly sunny; Stays cold; Breezy
29°

Activity Meter: 1

Morning clouds; Then mostly sunny; Stays cold; Breezy

 

Overnight

Mostly clear; Cold
16°

Activity Meter: 1

Mostly clear; Cold

Wednesday

Daytime

Mostly sunny; Not as cold
42°

Activity Meter: 2

Mostly sunny; Not as cold

 

Overnight

Mostly clear; Cold
24°

Activity Meter: 2

Mostly clear; Cold

Thursday

Daytime

Ample sunshine; Back to seasonal temps
45°

Activity Meter: 2

Ample sunshine; Back to seasonal temps

 

Overnight

Partly cloudy; Chilly, though not as cold
30°

Activity Meter: 2

Partly cloudy; Chilly, though not as cold

Friday

Daytime

Maintaining seasonal temps, Rain Late
45°

Activity Meter: 2

Maintaining seasonal temps, Rain Late

 

Overnight

Rain
34°

Activity Meter: 2

Rain

Rain Approaching

Strengthening low pressure in the great lakes is to blame for our precipitation today. Previous thinking was a little heavier on the frozen precipitation, but that relied on onset earlier than what we are going to see today. Therefore, a pocket or two of sleet or freezing rain is possible, but it should be the exception, not the norm today. Temperatures will slowly rise throughout the day, peaking after sunset. Rain will end overnight, with the passage of a cold front.

A second cold front is on tap for Sunday night, which will bring us the coldest air of the season. The second front will not have much moisture associated with it, so precipitation is not expected.

The start to our work week is a cold one. More of the same Tuesday before we moderate a bit Wednesday. We finally get back to seasonal temperatures Thursday and Friday before rain develops Friday night.