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Current Conditions

Temp: 48.9°F

Forecast Last Updated at Tuesday, February 21, 2017 at 6:54AM

Not as Warm, Rain Returns

The near record warmth Monday is tempered some today thanks to increased cloud cover. An area of low pressure moves into Gulf of Mexico tonight as high pressure retreats off the East Coast. Light rain and fog develop late tonight and persist at times Wednesday capping a two-day cool streak tomorrow :-). A rogue shower may linger Thursday though temperatures return into the "Faux Spring" category for the remainder of the work week.


Hi: 57 Lo: 44

Partly to mostly cloudy; Not was warm; Light rain late Tue night with fog possible; SE wind 5-10 mph

Hi: 55 Lo: 46

Cloudy with fog possible; Spotty light rain; West wind 5-15 mph

Hi: 63 Lo: 48

Mostly cloudy; Unseasonably pleasant; A stray daytime shower possible; Light South wind

Hi: 64 Lo: 48

Lots of clouds; Continued warmer than average; Maybe a shower late Fri. night

Hi: 55 Lo: 27

Maybe an early shower; Then decreasing clouds; Turning cooler

Further Out

Sunday - Mostly clear; Close to seasonal temperatures; High in the lower 40s; Low in the upper 20s
Monday - Partly cloudy; Not as cool; High in the lower 50s; Low in the upper 30s

Forecast Discussion

There are two weather features of importance in the coming days. The bigger of the two is a sprawling area of low pressure moving southeast from Texas today through the Gulf and passing over southern Florida Thursday. Meanwhile, high pressure along the East Coast forces a weak wedging scenario beginning tonight and lasting through Wednesday.

The takeaway is for more clouds today, light rain and fog developing tonight and continuing Wednesday. Temperatures are diminished to a small extent the next two days before perking back up again Thursday. A shower or spotty light rain may linger Thursday.

A cold front approaches from the west Friday contributing to increasing late day cloudiness and perhaps a shower late Friday night. The front clears the mountains Saturday with a few morning showers followed by decreasing clouds and cooler air.

Temperature wise, Sunday and Monday are closer to seasonal norms as high pressure builds over the Southeast.

Agri-Worries: As temperatures remain above freezing through at least Friday along with warming soil temperatures, trees and other plants are going to be tempted into an early green-up even in the northern mountains. With a number of hard freezes likely into March and April, the potential for agricultural damage will be unusually high this year.


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