Forecast Last Updated at Tuesday, February 25, 2020 at 11:49AM
Get set for a mild Tuesday that will get you thinking about Spring Fever. However, don’t get too used to it. After a few showers Wednesday afternoon, it’s going to turn colder for the remainder of the workweek and into the upcoming weekend. Other than some mountain snow showers, the weather here east of the mountains will be generally dry after Wednesday.
Hi: 62 Lo: 42
Lots of clouds, but with a milder afternoon; Light SW wind becoming calm tonight
Hi: 63 Lo: 29
Some early fog possible; Partly to mostly cloudy; Perhaps a passing afternoon or early evening shower; Becoming mostly clear overnight & colder; SW wind 5-10 mph becoming NW Wed. night
Hi: 44 Lo: 26
Lots of sunshine, but chilly; NW wind 5-10 mph
Hi: 44 Lo: 26
Mostly sunny early with increasing clouds in the PM
Hi: 42 Lo: 22
Bright sunshine, but remaining chilly
Sunday - Sunshine, & a bit milder for the afternoon; High near 50 degrees; Low in the upper 20s
Monday - More clouds, but mild; A passing shower possible; High in the mid 50s; Low near 40 degrees
Western North Carolina will be in a “dry slot” between weather systems today, promoting some looks at the sun along with unseasonably mild temperatures.
A secondary cold front will arrive by Wednesday afternoon, sparking a few showers. It will be a mild daytime, followed by colder air returning for Wednesday night. This colder period will be with us from Wednesday night through Saturday night.
While chilly, it will also be dry through Sunday. A couple of disturbances riding the northwesterly wind flow aloft will promote periodic mountain snow showers and flurries. However, the weather here east of the mountains will be predominantly dry.
Moderating temperatures will return for Sunday afternoon and will be with us to start the new workweek.
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