Forecast Last Updated at Monday, January 18, 2021 at 4:15PM
Cold & Windy Evening
A weak disturbance brought snow to the Appalachians today in a cold NW flow. Light snow showers ended earlier this afternoon. The cold NW flow remains tonight with gusty winds and clouds while the disturbance has slid off to the east. Today's total snow accumulations will be in the 1"-3" range favoring west over east, with a 4" total possible near the TN/NC border. Generally cloudy skies remain through Tuesday as a weak cold front moves through from the west Tuesday afternoon; an additional dusting is possible. Temperatures remain slightly below seasonal norms through Wednesday. Milder weather arrives Thursday with spotty light rain possible.
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Hi: 32 Lo: 26
Mostly cloudy; Cold; NW wind 10-20 mph, gusts to 40 mph this evening
Hi: 41 Lo: 28
Variable cloudiness; Flurries & scattered snow showers; West wind 5-15 mph & gusty, becoming NW 10-20 mph with gusts to 45 mph late Tues. night
Hi: 36 Lo: 27
More clouds than sun; Cannot rule out a daytime snowflake or two; Chilly; Becoming cloudy Wed. night; AM wind NW 15-25 mph with gusts to 50 mph, diminishing to 5-15 mph Wed. night
Hi: 48 Lo: 34
Generally cloudy; Spotty light rain possible, maybe beginning as a light wintry mix early AM; Not as cold
Hi: 45 Lo: 26
Generally cloudy; Cannot rule out spotty, light PM rain showers; Chilly
Saturday - More sunshine; Chilly; High in the lower 40s; Low in the mid 20s
Sunday - Mostly clear; Milder by afternoon; High in the upper 40s; Low near 30 degrees
This week features weak weather features moving west to east across the United States.
A weak disturbance moved overhead today in a cold NW flow. Snow showers ended this afternoon with totals in the 1"-3" range, maybe 4" report near the NC/TN border. By tonight, the disturbance will have passed to our east and move off the Mid-Atlantic coast.
A weak front moves through from the west tomorrow afternoon. Light snow showers and flurries are likely with only another dusting of accumulations (maybe 1" at the favored higher elevations near the NC/TN border).
A weak secondary front moves through early Wednesday with a reinforcing shot of colder air. A few snowflakes are possible. Clouds decrease briefly late but return Wednesday night.
A warm front moves through early Thursday followed by another weak cold front late Thursday. Thursday will have lots of clouds with spotty light rain possible. Precipitation could begin early as a light wintry mix.
Friday, slightly colder air arrives late-day or Friday evening. Spotty light rain is again possible and could mix with a few snowflakes Friday evening.
Canadian high pressure controls next weekend with more sunshine. Saturday is chilly. Sunday is milder by afternoon.
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