Forecast Last Updated at Tuesday, November 19, 2019 at 12:24PM
Two weak disturbances in a NW flow affect our weather today. During the daytime, the first of the disturbances passes to our south with nothing more than extra clouds. Tonight, the second disturbance passes to our north with a weak push of colder air. This evening light showers and light snow showers develop. Snow accumulations will be limited to higher elevations, especially near the TN/NC border where up to 1" of snow is possible. Wednesday is cool; Thursday is warmer ("The Pick of the Week") ahead of a front moving through Saturday with rain Friday into Saturday.
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Hi: 46 Lo: 33
Partly sunny daytime; Nighttime light showers or light snow showers; NW wind 5-15 mph, breezy tonight
Hi: 47 Lo: 35
Cloudy early with decreasing clouds; Cool; NW wind 5-15 mph, breezy in the AM, diminishing Wed. night
Hi: 58 Lo: 40
Increasing PM clouds; Warmer; Weather "Pick of the week"; Light SW wind but breezy at higher elev's
Hi: 57 Lo: 45
Cloudy; Periods of light rain
Hi: 55 Lo: 30
Cloudy; Rain, tapering off in the afternoon; Then turning colder with evening flurries possible; Breezy
Sunday - Decreasing clouds; Cooler; High in the mid 40s; Low near 30 degrees
Monday - Mostly clear; Somewhat warmer; High in the lower 50s; Low in the lower 30s
Two disturbances affect our weather today: one to our south during the daytime, a second passing to our north this evening with an associated cold front. It's the second disturbance that has our attention. Temperatures turn somewhat colder this evening with light showers or light snow showers. Temperatures at lower elevations prevent accumulations; however, mountaintops especially near the TN/NC border may get up to 1" of snow this evening.
Wednesday and Thursday, cool high pressure moves across the Southeast. As the center of high pressure moves to our east, the return flow warms temperatures making Thursday the weather pick of the week.
The next front from the west approaches slowly Friday. Expect showers, generally light Friday and Friday evening. Steadier rain arrives late Friday night into Saturday morning. Rain tapers off Saturday afternoon but it will be breezy. Colder air arrives late and a few snow showers or flurries are possible Saturday evening.
Then we go through the cycle again... Cool high pressure moves across the Southeast. Sunday is cool; Monday is slightly warmer.
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