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Current Conditions

Temp: 44.5°F

Forecast Last Updated at Sunday, November 23, 2014 at 7:38AM

Reading Day

Rain develops today from south to north and will be most impressive this afternoon and evening. Temperatures will fall a bit from sunrise temperatures, then rise again beginning around sunset. Rain tapers off late tonight. Monday will be unseasonably mild; however, a shower is possible and it will be windy. We've been eyeing the potential for snow Wednesday for several days. The potential still exists late Tuesday night and Wednesday. See details on holiday travel weather in our Forecast Discussion Section.

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Hi: 46 Lo: 44

Cloudy with patchy fog; Rain, especially in the PM hours; Rising temps tonight; Light SE wind (except 20-30 mph & gusty at higher elev's), becoming SW tonight

Hi: 61 Lo: 34

Partly to mostly cloudy; Mild daytime; Cannot rule out a shower; SW wind 10-20 mph with gusts to 35 mph, becoming NW Mon. night

Hi: 46 Lo: 31

Increasing PM clouds; Rain or snow possible after midnight Tue. night; NW wind 5-15 mph, breezy in the AM

Hi: 34 Lo: 23

Cloudy; Snow or snow showers

Hi: 41 Lo: 28

Becoming partly sunny; Maybe an early snow flurry; Cool

Further Out

Friday - Mostly sunny; Cool; High in the lower 40s; Low in the lower 30s
Saturday - Scattered clouds; Cool; High in the mid 40s; Low in the mid 30s

Forecast Discussion

Strong low pressure moves from Louisiana (today) to Missouri (tonight) and to the Western Great Lakes (Monday). On the east side of the system, tons of moisture is being drawn from the Gulf of Mexico. The result here will be rain: developing this morning, heaviest this afternoon and evening. Temperatures today will be cool and goofy. Daytime highs will be around sunrise. Temperatures will fall somewhat during the daytime, then rise overnight.

A cold front associated with this system lags far behind the moisture. It moves through late Monday. Warm temperatures will rush north ahead of this front making Monday the warmest day in two weeks. Moisture will be limited. We have to keep the mention of a rain shower Monday, but any rain will be brief and light. Gusty winds will be with us Monday.

Tuesday will be cooler with some sun but increasing clouds late.

Wednesday is the day to watch in this forecast. Low pressure will form off the Georgia Coast Tuesday night, then move NNE just off the Atlantic Coast Wednesday. It will be near Cape Cod by Thursday morning. Uncertainty remains about the exact track and intensity of this low, which in turn determines our snow potential for Wednesday. We have taken a "middle of the road" position of light snow beginning late Tuesday night and during the daytime Wednesday. Precipitation could mix with rain at onset and below 2800' Wednesday. Accumulation possibilities range from nothing to a significant snow event. Stay tuned.

Most computer guidance abandoned another big cold outbreak Thursday and into next weekend. So, we raised temperatures significantly Thanksgiving Day through Saturday (cool but not cold). A few snow flurries are possible Thursday morning, but Thursday through Saturday looks mostly dry. The next front is scheduled for next Sunday; that's our next chance of rain showers.


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