Forecast Last Updated at Tuesday, February 18, 2020 at 7:25PM
Rain Ending, Colder Wednesday
Rain generally tapers off overnight and other than some lingering light rain early in the morning Wednesday is dry and colder. Next up, a disturbance moves through the northern Gulf Thursday and there's plenty of cold air in place. However, the brunt of the moisture is positioned to our south and east- go figure. Our thinking includes light snow developing late-morning Thursday and ending Thursday night. You know how this winter has gone... sunshine returns Friday though it stays quite cold.
Hi: 62 Lo: 41
Cloudy with some fog; Rain tapering off late; NW wind 5-15 mph
Hi: 50 Lo: 31
Lingering light AM rain, followed by mostly cloudy skies; Cooler; Light NE wind
Hi: 39 Lo: 22
Becoming cloudy; Mainly PM light snow; Cold; Light NE wind becoming NW 5-15 mph & gusty Thurs. night
Hi: 41 Lo: 22
Hi: 52 Lo: 31
Mostly clear; Not as cold by afternoon
Sunday - Becoming cloudy; Cool; Rain possible Sun. night; High in the lower 50s; Low in the upper 30s
Monday - Cloudy; A chilly rain; High near 50 degrees; Low near 40 degrees
A cold front moves through tonight and stalls along the Gulf Coast Wednesday night. Meaningful rain is generally an afternoon to nighttime feature, but drizzly kind of stuff develops beforehand. Light rain lingers early tomorrow morning and then we're left with mostly cloudy skies and chilly temperatures.
A wave of low pressure rides along the stalled frontal boundary Thursday with moisture in tow. Cold air is not in question, however, northwest NC is on the northern fringe of the moisture swath. Our thinking includes light snow developing late-morning and ending Thursday night, give or take a few hours. As it stands now a dusting to 2" is fair game, maybe some locations come in a little higher. Keep your expectations low and you won't be disappointed.
Canadian based high pressure moves overhead Friday keeping the cold air intact, sunshine returns. The high shifts towards the coast Saturday allowing for moderating temperatures over the weekend.
The next wet weather maker ejects from the Southwest Sunday. Rain returns late Sunday night, perhaps as a brief wintry mix, and continues Monday into Monday night.
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