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Forecast Last Updated at Monday, January 30, 2023 at 7:09AM
Early Fog; Warmer Day
Most of us get a break in the rain today with some sun after early fog. Areas along the western escarpment will remain generally cloudy with stray light rain possible during the daytime. Sun will be a scarce commodity Tuesday through Thursday. Stray light rain is possible Tuesday. Wednesday has slightly more rain and cooler temperatures. Late Wednesday night and Thursday has the bulk of the rain this week. Colder temperatures arrive Friday and Saturday.
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Hi: 53 Lo: 40
AM clouds and fog, then variably cloudy; Stray light daytime rain possible west near the NC/TN border; Warmest day of this set; Light West wind
Hi: 50 Lo: 37
Mostly cloudy with early fog; Stray, light areas of rain; Light wind, becoming NW 5-15 mph
Hi: 41 Lo: 35
Cloudy with fog Wed. night; Much cooler; Areas of light rain; Light, variable wind
Hi: 45 Lo: 28
Cloudy; Periods of rain, ending Thur. evening
Hi: 37 Lo: 17
Clearing skies; Turning colder
Saturday - Mostly clear; Seasonal temperatures; High in the mid 30s; Low in the lower 20s
Sunday - Partly to mostly cloudy; Cannot completely rule out some stray light rain; High in the lower 40s; Low in the upper 20s
A front, located to our northwest today, moves through tonight and stalls just to our south. We have morning fog, but sunshine will make an appearance this afternoon mostly in the eastern half of the Southern Appalachians. Clouds will be more stubborn near the NC/TN border where spotty light rain is possible during the day. Temperatures are unseasonably warm today.
After the front stalls to our south. Waves of low pressure will move west to east along it. Meanwhile high pressure to our north will gradually ooze in with cooler air. Tuesday is only slightly less warm than today but Wednesday is rather chilly. Tuesday has spotty light rain. Wednesday has a bit more rain with fog developing Wednesday night.
Steadier rain arrives later Wednesday night lasting through much of Thursday.
Mercifully, the next front from the northwest arrives Friday shoving all this muck out to sea. Friday has clearing skies and cooler temperatures. Saturday is clear and cold thanks to high pressure in the Eastern Great Lakes.
A disturbance off the Atlantic Coast along with a weak upper-level disturbance in the northwesterly flow adds clouds Sunday and might squeeze out stray light rain .
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