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North Wilkesboro , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Monday, February 8, 2016 at 5:46PM

Spotty Rain; Snow Possible Late

This evening will be cloudy with spotty rain possibly changing over to snow showers or flurries late. Very cold air invades tonight, and will be with us through most of the week. A few more flurries will be scattered around the Foothills on Tuesday. Otherwise, this week will be unseasonably cold but dry.

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Hi: 44 Lo: 24

Increasing clouds; Rain showers, mixing with or changing to snow showers; Turning colder tonight; SW wind 5-10 mph becoming NW

Hi: 36 Lo: 19

Intervals of clouds & sunshine; Scattered snow flurries; Cold; NW wind 5-15 mph & gusty

Hi: 32 Lo: 14

Scattered clouds & very cold; NW wind 5-15 mph & gusty

Hi: 32 Lo: 18

Mostly clear; Still very cold

Hi: 39 Lo: 19

Mix of clouds & sunshine; Not quite as cold

Further Out

Saturday - Mostly sunny; Much colder again; High in the lower 30s; Low near 10 degrees
Sunday - Bright sunshine, but frigid; High in the upper 20s; Low in the mid teens

Forecast Discussion

An Arctic cold front is moving into western NC overnight producing rain showers this evening changing to snow showers or flurries. No accumulation is expected due to above-freezing temperatures.

Very cold air will invade behind the front for Monday night and Tuesday. Snow showers will be occurring over the mountains in a cold northwest wind flow, and some of that moisture may escape into the Foothills from time-to-time during Monday night and Tuesday in the form of scattered snow flurries.

Wednesday and Thursday feature very cold conditions, but dry. Skies will be partly to mostly sunny.

A reinforcing Arctic front arrives Friday evening putting us back in the freezer for next weekend, although the weather should remain dry. All-in-all, the next 10 days will likely end up being the coldest such period of the winter season.


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