Forecast Last Updated at Wednesday, November 26, 2014 at 6:50PM
A One-Two Punch of Snow
Rain and snow showers from earlier today have moved out with partial clearing. Another disturbance sweeps through late tonight and this time we'll be cold enough areawide for flurries and a few snow showers (especially at higher elev's). Thanksgiving day is festive, morning flurries and a gusty northwest wind. The rest of the Holiday weekend is pleasantly quiet with a pronounced warming trend headed into next week.
Thanksgiving day is festive, morning flurries and a gusty northwest wind. The rest of the Holiday weekend is pleasantly quiet with a pronounced warming trend headed into next week.
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Hi: 50 Lo: 30
Parly cloudy early, increasing clouds later; Flurries and snow showers late tonight; NW wind 5-15 mph
Hi: 41 Lo: 25
AM flurries; Decreasing afternoon clouds for Thanksgiving; Cool; NW wind 10-20 mph & gusty
Hi: 44 Lo: 28
Mostly sunny; Cool; Light NW wind becoming Southwest
Hi: 54 Lo: 36
Lots of sunshine; Nice
Hi: 60 Lo: 42
Scattered clouds; Milder
Monday - Partly to mostly cloudy; Mild; Widely scattered PM showers; High in the upper 60s; Low in the mid 40s
Tuesday - Mostly cloudy; Noticeably cooler; Cannot rule out a daytime shower; High in the lower 50s; Low in the upper 30s
An intense area of low pressure continues moving up the east coast this evening, taking with it the mix of rain and snow we had earlier. This will push into the New England states tonight and tomorrow. With some clearing this afternoon, we are in a bit of a lull in the weather, in between systems. Another clipper-type disturbance dropped out of the Northern Plains today and will move through the Southern Appalachians early Thursday.
The clipper doesn't have much moisture to work with but it does usher in colder air. Flurries and snow showers develop overnight lasting into Thanksgiving morning. Minor accumulations are held to elevations over 3500' with novelty level stuff below that.
It stays chilly through Friday before transitioning into a warming trend this weekend. Sound familiar? Many of our recent cold shots have been followed by a quick turn around to milder weather and early next week is no exception.
Dry conditions hold until late Monday as our next front approaches from the north. Unsettled weather returns behind the front as cool high pressure wedges down the east side of the Appalachians for the middle of the week. Finally something "normal".
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