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Beech Mountain , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Saturday, January 24, 2015 at 5:44PM

Chilly Night

Friday was a crazy weather day--predictable but crazy. Freezing rain held along the Blue Ridge north of Linville into Friday night. Temperatures rose above freezing across the region Friday night but are headed back down. A few flurries remain possible tonight, but mainly along the TN/NC border. Temperatures will be quickly milder during the daytime Sunday; however, a clipper low passes through on Sunday with a return shot of cold air. Rain and snow showers develop Sunday evening (maybe by sunset) becoming all snow showers. Snow showers continue Monday. If fact, mostly light precipitation is possible every day next week except for Wednesday and Saturday.

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Saturday

Hi: 29 Lo: 19

Partly to mostly cloudy tonight; Flurries possible; NW wind 10-20 mph, gusts to 40 mph
Sunday

Hi: 36 Lo: 26

Increasing PM clouds; Snow showers Sun. night (beginning as light rain in valleys); Wind becoming SW 5-15 mph (gusty early), then NW 5-15 mph Sun. night
Monday

Hi: 27 Lo: 14

Mostly cloudy; Snow showers; Cold; NW wind 10-20 mph, gusty
Tuesday

Hi: 21 Lo: 12

Mostly cloudy; Cold; Snow showers & flurries
Wednesday

Hi: 25 Lo: 24

Clear; Cold

Further Out

Thursday - Becoming cloudy; Late-day rain & snow showers, changing to snow showers Thur night; High in the mid 30s; Low in the mid 20s
Friday - Early snow showers & flurries; Then becoming clear; Cold; High in the lower 20s; Low in the mid teens

Forecast Discussion

Yesterday's low is headed up the Northeast Coast this evening. Behind it, an upper level disturbance passes through and I cannot rule out a few flurries tonight (no accumulation).

A clipper low dives out of the Northern Plains tonight and will be in Kentucky by late Sunday. It moves quickly to the Carolina Coast Monday and develops near Hatteras, then heads quickly northeast. Temperatures will be briefly warmer in the SW flow ahead of that low Sunday. Then colder air arrives Sunday night/Monday, and we'll have a 24 to 36 hour period with snow showers and flurries, Sunday evening to Monday evening. Precipitation could begin as light rain at lower elevations. Light accumulations are expected; we'll put out a forecast map on Sunday.

Another disturbance in the fast northwest flow moves through Tuesday with snow showers and flurries redeveloping Tuesday morning, lasting into Tuesday evening.

Wednesday is a 'tweener with cold high pressure in control.

The next front arrives Thursday night. Skies become cloudy Thursday, and temperatures will be milder during the daytime. Precipitation arrives late Thursday and continues into early Friday. Expect rain and high-elevation snow showers changing to snow showers for all. Friday will be colder with clouds decreasing in the afternoon and evening.

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