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Zionville , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Saturday, January 31, 2015 at 6:37PM

Nighttime Clouds; Still Cold

The weekend began on a pleasant note. Saturday saw plenty of sunshine with just a few late day clouds. Tonight will be increasingly cloudy and still cold. Temperatures will be coldest in valleys than at higher elevations. Sunday is cloudy and milder with rain developing by late afternoon, continuing Sunday night. A cold front sweeps through late Sunday night changing rain showers to snow showers around sunrise Monday morning. Monday will be blustery and snow showery with falling temperatures.

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Saturday

Hi: 41 Lo: 25

Becoming cloudy; Colder in valleys than at higher elevations; NW wind becoming light tonight
Sunday

Hi: 45 Lo: 31

Cloudy; Rain later Sunday afternoon & at night; SW wind 5-10 mph (except 20-30 mph at night up top)
Monday

Hi: 31 Lo: 15

Mostly cloudy; Daytime snow showers & flurries; Decreasing clouds at night; Falling temps; NW wind 10-20 mph, gusts to 40 mph
Tuesday

Hi: 38 Lo: 24

Few clouds; Cold
Wednesday

Hi: 45 Lo: 33

Increasing PM clouds; Light rain (light high elevations snow) possible later Wed. night

Further Out

Thursday - Cloudy; Light rain or snow possible during the daytime; High in the mid 30s; Low in the lower 20s
Friday - Clearing skies; Rather cold; High in the mid 30s; Low in the lower 20s

Forecast Discussion

We enjoyed a pleasant start to the weekend as Canadian high pressure moved over the Southern Appalachians today. Temperatures rebounded this afternoon after a cold start to the day. Valleys will be colder than ridgetops tonight, but not as cold as Friday night.

Low pressure is headed our way from Texas Sunday along with a cold front pressing southeast from the Ohio Valley. Clouds increase this evening, and skies become overcast tonight. Sunday is overcast and milder on a southwest flow ahead of this system. Rain develops late Sunday and continues through Sunday night. As the low tracks from Kentucky to Northern Virginia Sunday night, colder air sweeps in behind the low. Temperatures will fall late Sunday night through Monday. Rain showers change to snow showers around sunrise Monday morning with light accumulations during the daytime favoring the west side of the Appalachians. Monday will be windy, but not as crazy as Friday. Monday night will be very cold.

Tuesday and Wednesday bring a break between fronts. High pressure slides east from the Ohio Valley to the Mid-Atlantic. Temperatures will be chilly Tuesday but milder Wednesday.

Computer guidance diverges Wednesday night regarding low pressure moving through the Gulf into Florida and high pressure dropping out of Canada. We are favoring a slower solution with the low pressure just close enough to produce light precipitation over the Southern Appalachians late Wednesday night and during the daytime Thursday. That precipitation may be in the form of light rain or light snow. Of course, higher elevations would be more inclined to get the light snow. Colder temperatures ooze in Thursday leading to a rather cold Friday. Skies clear Friday.

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