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Blackberry , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Tuesday, January 24, 2017 at 12:09PM

Strong Winds This Morning

Low clouds and a sprinkle or two (flurries up top) will give way to more sun in the afternoon, especially along the Blue Ridge.
Wednesday will see a return to unseasonable warmth, but it’s a false flag as an arctic cold front ushers in much colder air for a multiday visit on Thursday. Periodic snow showers/flurries will fall behind the front. And a clipper system that comes through late Sunday or Sunday night may bring some light accumulating snowfall. Stay tuned.

Tuesday

Hi: 45 Lo: 37

Sprinkles and flurries ending then decreasing clouds; NW wind 15-25 mph and gusty
Wednesday

Hi: 64 Lo: 40

Increasing PM clouds; Pleasant temperatures; Cannot rule out a stray nighttime shower; SW wind 5-15 mph, breezy up top
Thursday

Hi: 40 Lo: 26

Lots of clouds; Temperatures falling during the day; Scattered showers, changing to snow showers or flurries; NW wind 15-25 mph, gusts to 40
Friday

Hi: 34 Lo: 23

Mostly cloudy; Snow showers or flurries possible, especially Fri night; Much colder
Saturday

Hi: 37 Lo: 25

Variably cloudy; Snow showers or flurries possible; Cold

Further Out

Sunday - Cloudy; Snow showers possible; Cold; High in the mid 30s; Low in the lower 20s
Monday - Partly cloudy; Still cold; High in the lower 30s; Low in the lower 20s

Forecast Discussion

The winds in the lower atmosphere are coming in from the west northwest today. That’s the perfect direction for them to howl over parts of the High Country, and they have definitely been doing that. The windiest conditions are past us now and we are expecting winds to gradually subside during the course of the afternoon. A few sprinkles and higher elevation flurries end this afternoon with decreasing afternoon clouds.

Wednesday will be a dream by comparison, with highs in the lower 60s. But like a dream, it will come to an end all too soon as an arctic cold front sweeps across the mountains on Thursday. A little light rain will fall ahead of the front Wednesday night, with some flurries or snow showers developing Thursday into Thursday evening. Little accumulation is expected. The winds will also pick up once again behind the front as temperatures fall during the day.

Friday and Saturday will be cold with periodic snow flurries and a few heavier snow showers. Accumulations should once again be light, but it’ll really feel like winter with the flakes flying, breezy conditions and cold temperatures.

Life gets more interesting Sunday and Sunday night. An upper level low will come at us from the northwest. Often we speak of Alberta Clippers, which originate over the Alberta Provence in Canada. This one originates farther east, over Manitoba. Therefore, we’re designating it a “Manitoba Mauler”. Some models bring accumulating snow to the region with the feature. It’s too soon for any particulars, but it’s something we’ll all be watching.

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