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Forecast Last Updated at Thursday, March 26, 2015 at 1:43PM

Springlike Warmth; Showers, Mostly Tonight

We have partial sunshine today and temperatures are quite warm. Showers return tonight, and a thundershower is also possible. Early clouds and maybe a leftover shower will give way to some afternoon clearing on Friday and it will be much cooler. The core of the cold arrives Friday night and Saturday, with scattered snow flurries Friday night into early Saturday. The bigger story will be the hard freeze potential this weekend, particularly Sunday morning.

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Hi: 72 Lo: 42

Partly sunny & quite mild; Mostly cloudy tonight with showers & maybe a t-shower; SW wind 5-15 mph becoming NW tonight

Hi: 51 Lo: 27

Maybe an early shower, then becoming partly sunny & much cooler; A chance for snow flurries Friday night; NW wind 10-15 mph & gusty

Hi: 41 Lo: 23

Maybe a couple AM snow flurries; Otherwise, lots of sunshine; Much colder; NW wind 5-15 mph becoming light at night

Hi: 52 Lo: 35

Bright sunshine; Still cool after an early hard freeze

Hi: 59 Lo: 37

Mostly cloudy with showers likely

Further Out

Tuesday - Scattered clouds; Pleasant; High in the mid 60s; Low near 40 degrees
Wednesday - Good deal of sunshine; Mild; High in the mid 60s; Low in the mid 40s

Forecast Discussion

Western North Carolina will be in the warm sector today, situated in the unseasonably warm air mass ahead of a strong cold front. The front will push through tonight with showers and perhaps a thundershower. Early clouds and maybe a leftover shower will give way to partial clearing during Friday afternoon. It will be much cooler, particularly noticeable Friday night. A follow-on upper level disturbance will generate some mountain snow showers and flurries Friday night and early Saturday. No accumulation is expected outside of the higher elevations near the NC/TN line.

The core of the Canadian air mass will be here for Saturday and Saturday night. Temperatures will be running more than 15-degrees below normal during this period. As the high builds overtop the region Saturday night, excellent radiational cooling conditions will develop, resulting in a hard freeze throughout mountains. So, while the coldest night in the higher mountains will be Friday night, the coldest night in valley areas will be Saturday night.

Sunday will be sunny and continued unseasonably cool. The next frontal system will arrive later Monday with our next opportunity for showers. Temperatures will continue a moderating trend as we move deeper into next week.


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