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Seven Devils , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Saturday, December 7, 2019 at 6:06PM

Increasing Clouds; Cool

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But the forecast is a manual operation and continues uninterrupted. High pressure centered in the Northeast is producing a cool wedge into the Southern Appalachians. Tonight has increasing clouds with cool temperatures. Fog is possible near the Blue Ridge. Clouds and fog may linger into Sunday, but we'll see the sun. Cool temperatures continue. Clouds return Sunday night and light rain develops lasting into Monday. The Dusting Snowman-O-Mometer is anticipation for colder air Tuesday night changing rain to snow showers or flurries.

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Hi: 49 Lo: 26

Increasing clouds; Fog may develop near the Blue Ridge; Chilly; Light SE wind

Hi: 41 Lo: 36

Early clouds with fog possible; Partial daytime clearing; Light rain developing Sun. night; Light SE wind but windy at higher elev's

Hi: 48 Lo: 47

Cloudy; Fog; Periods of mostly light rain; Steady or rising temps Mon. night; Wind becoming SW 5-15 mph, but very windy at higher elev's

Hi: 55 Lo: 28

Cloudy; Rain; Turning colder at night and becoming windy; Rain changing to snow showers late Tue. night

Hi: 34 Lo: 20

Early snow flurries possible; Then decreasing clouds; Cold

Further Out

Thursday - Mostly clear; Rather cold; High in the upper 30s; Low in the lower 20s
Friday - Cloudy; Chilly; Foggy; Rain beginning as light wintry mix; High in the mid 30s; Low in the lower 30s

Forecast Discussion

High pressure centered in the Northeast has cooler air oozing south into the Southern Appalachians. We'll increasing clouds with cool temperatures. Some fog is possible near the Blue Ridge.

Clouds, cool, and Blue Ridge fog continue into Sunday morning, but we should see more sun by afternoon. Clouds return quickly Sunday evening and light rain develops in a moist Gulf flow. Mostly light rain continues Monday. Monday will be cool ahead of steady or rising temperatures Monday night.

A front moves through Tuesday evening. Expect rain with milder temperatures Tuesday. Temperatures fall Tuesday night on gusty NW winds. Precipitation may change to snow showers or flurries before ending early Wednesday.

We catch a 36-48 hour break in precipitation Wednesday and Thursday with cold temperatures as Canadian high pressure settles in.

Late next week, we'll be watching a potent low forming in the Gulf of Mexico. It will move northeast. Details? Too early, but here's the current thinking. The low will move from the Gulf and over us or just to our west. Skies becoming cloudy late Thursday night. Friday will have clouds, fog, and rain; however, precipitation may begin as freezing rain or a wintry mix. Rain will continue into next Saturday, but colder air wrapping into the system will change precipitation to snow showers next Sunday. These thoughts are NOT ready to be chiseled in stone.


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