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Forecast Last Updated at Sunday, November 23, 2014 at 6:17PM

Wet Sunday Evening

Periods of rain (maybe a thundershower) will continue this evening, then taper off to showers by Midnight. A few showers linger on Monday. Today was cool, but rising temperatures overnight will lead to a noticeably milder Monday. Monday will be breezy, but otherwise a decent day for any outdoor activities / chores. A cold front moves through Monday evening with colder air returning. Tuesday is dry and cool, then clouds increase Tuesday night with some light rain or snow possible. Check out the discussion section below for all the details on the Thanksgiving forecast.

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Sunday

Hi: 49 Lo: 48

Mostly cloudy tonight; Evening rain tapering off to showers by Midnight (maybe a rumble of thunder); Rising temperatures; South wind 5-15 mph (but breezy at higher elevations)
Monday

Hi: 68 Lo: 37

Mostly to partly cloudy; Warmer; Isolated showers; SW wind 10-15 mph & breezy, becoming NW Mon. night
Tuesday

Hi: 52 Lo: 34

Partly cloudy; Cooler; Clouds increase Tue. night with rain or snow possible; NW wind 5-15 mph
Wednesday

Hi: 41 Lo: 30

Mostly cloudy; Light rain or snow possible during the day, then clearing Wed. night
Thursday

Hi: 45 Lo: 27

Partly cloudy & cool for Thanksgiving Day

Further Out

Friday - Partly cloudy & cool; High in the upper 40s; Low in the upper 20s
Saturday - Partly sunny; High in the lower 50s; Low in the upper 30s

Forecast Discussion

An area of low pressure near Memphis this evening will lift north into the Great Lakes through tomorrow. As this happens, a warm front stretching across Alabama and Georgia will also lift north, reaching North Carolina tonight. Ahead of that front, periods of rain (maybe an isolated thundershower) will continue across western NC through the evening hours. Once the warm front passes, the steadier rain will move off to the north. However, showers will remain a threat through the rest of the night. After it is all said and done, a decent soaking can be expected.

That warm front mentioned above will be well to the north on Monday which means we get a brief shot of milder air on Monday with highs well into the 60’s for most of the area (upper 50’s in the highest elevations). A few showers will be around on Monday until the cold front reaches the area, but plenty of dry hours are expected. Looks like a good day to do any remaining outdoor, fall chores (hanging Christmas lights, leftover yardwork, etc). Of note, though, it will be a breezy day.

A cold front reaches the NC mountains Monday evening and then progresses east through the night. We are not expecting any arctic air behind this front, but it will be noticeably cooler come Tuesday. The forecast turns more interesting Tuesday night into Wednesday. Over the last couple of days we have been talking about the potential of a coastal low developing along the East Coast. We continue to expect that to happen, but the question is how much, if any, moisture can make it this far west. For now, we are thinking light precipitation will break out later Tuesday night and continue into the day Wednesday followed by clearing Wednesday night.

Colder air filtering in as the moisture arrives means there is the potential for some snow with this system. There remains a decent amount of uncertainty with the system, though, but it bears watching, especially with the busy Thanksgiving travel period coming up.

Beyond Wednesday, we are looking at dry and cool conditions for Thanksgiving and beyond with the next chance of rain holding off until later next weekend.

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