Forecast Last Updated at Thursday, April 9, 2020 at 6:12AM
Rather Windy; Getting Cooler
Skies will turn mostly sunny today after our pre-dawn showers. Winds will kick up and it will be mild, followed by a turn to much cooler weather tonight. Friday features bright sunshine but with afternoon high temperatures running 15-degrees cooler than normal. Under clear skies Friday night, a frost or freeze will be likely by daybreak Saturday. For the weekend, Saturday is your day for outside activities, as Sunday turns soggy.
Hi: 65 Lo: 38
Becoming mostly sunny; Windy & turning cooler; NW wind 10-20 mph gusting to 35 PM
Hi: 52 Lo: 32
Generally sunny and breezy; Noticeably cooler; Frost or freeze likely Friday night; NW 10-20 mph gusting to 30, diminishing PM
Hi: 62 Lo: 44
Plenty of sunshine; Increasing clouds late; Light NW wind becoming SE
Hi: 60 Lo: 52
Overcast and rainy; Heaviest rain PM
Hi: 70 Lo: 37
Early morning rain ending; Becoming mostly sunny
Tuesday - Partly sunny; Seasonably cool; High in the upper 50s; Low in the upper 30s
Wednesday - Mostly cloudy with some light rain possible; Unseasonably cool; High in the lower 50s; Low in the lower 30s
A cold front that brought pre-dawn showers will be pressing through the area this morning, kicking up the winds behind it for the afternoon. Temperatures will still be pleasant today, as cold air will lag the front, arriving overnight. North and west of Asheville, up along the NC/TN border, there could even be a few snow flurries toward daybreak Friday.
Friday will be bright, sunny, but quite cool. Expect a frosty start to your Saturday, but a good rebound in afternoon temperatures.
Low-pressure taking shape over the southern Plains by late in the weekend will track into the lower Great Lakes region by early Monday. This developing storm system will spread rain into the region for Sunday, with the heaviest rainfall occurring Sunday PM. A couple inches of rain is possible with this wet-weather maker. Any leftover rain ends Monday morning, with skies becoming sunny. Much like today, cold air will lag the system’s frontal passage, so that it will be mild. Thereafter, a noticeable cooling trend will commence for Tuesday and Wednesday. Another wave along the front could bring some chilly lighter rain for the middle of next week (with even some wet snow possible higher elevations).
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