Near the top of Snake Mountain at the Sunalei Lodge. 5000 Foot Elevation. Right on the NC/TN State Line
Forecast Last Updated at Thursday, December 1, 2022 at 1:23PM
It Feels Like... December
Cold air arrived late Wednesday. We had a cold start to Thursday with modest moderation this afternoon. Valleys will be cold tonight, and Friday cool with increasing clouds. A front from the west moves through Saturday bringing a couple periods of light rain into play late Friday night into the daytime Saturday. The daytime Sunday is dry with considerable cloudiness but dry weather.
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Hi: 38 Lo: 26
Mostly clear; Chilly afternoon; Cold in valleys tonight; NW wind 5-15 mph this afternoon & light tonight
Hi: 43 Lo: 39
Increasing PM clouds; Cool temperatures after a cold start in valleys; Light rain possible late Fri. night; SW wind 5-15 mph, becoming gusty at higher elev's
Hi: 46 Lo: 34
Mostly cloudy; A shower or two around through early afternoon; SW wind 5-15 mph, becoming NW 10-20 mph & gusty
Hi: 43 Lo: 34
Mostly cloudy day; Overcast Sun. night with some light rain possible late
Hi: 38 Lo: 39
Generally cloudy; Cool; Periods of rain possible, mostly Monday night
Tuesday - Lots of clouds; A bit warmer; Periods of rain; High in the mid 40s; Low in the lower 40s
Wednesday - Decreasing clouds; Mild temperatures; High in the upper 40s; Low in the lower 30s
We have a quick, short snap back to winter temperatures as high pressure moves across the Ohio Valley today and to Delaware Friday. After a cold start to Thursday, temperatures are chilly this afternoon then cold in valleys tonight. Friday is marginally milder.
A fast-moving front from the west arrives Saturday. Clouds increase late Friday on a moist SW flow. A few light showers are in play late Friday night until early afternoon Saturday.
The front stalls to our south Sunday, then returns back to the north as a warm front Monday. Sunday and Monday are cool with lots of clouds. Areas of mostly light rain are possible Sunday night . Potential for rain increases Monday night as the warm front moves through.
The next front from the west arrives late Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning. Periods or rain, mostly light, remain in play Tuesday with warmer temperatures.
The airmass behind this front is not very cold. Wednesday has a mild morning, decreasing clouds during the day, and a cool night. We must wait for at least December 10 for a return to more "winterish" temperatures. Mid-December will be more "interesting".
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