Forecast Last Updated at Tuesday, December 1, 2015 at 4:44PM
Heavier Rain Arrives
This evening features periods of heavier rain that will continue through early Wednesday afternoon. Another couple of inches area wide is the general rule of thumb with locally higher amounts. A cold front ushers the rain eastwards Wednesday evening with leftover moisture ending as flurries or high elevation snow showers early Thursday morning (some excitement, nothing impressive). Thereafter it remains dry and seasonal for the rest of the week and weekend, hooray!
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Hi: 54 Lo: 48
Rainy with periods of heavier rain & patchy fog; Light SW wind, except 10-20 & gusty up top
Hi: 55 Lo: 29
Daytime rain; Turning colder at night with flurries; West wind 10-20 mph becoming NW with gusts to 35 mph Wed. night
Hi: 39 Lo: 23
Morning flurries; Decreasing PM clouds; Much colder; NW wind 10-20 mph and gusty early
Hi: 45 Lo: 21
Mix of clouds and sun; cool
Hi: 47 Lo: 25
Generally clear; Seasonable temperatures
Sunday - Mostly sunny; Milder; High in the lower 50s; Low in the upper 20s
Monday - Scattered clouds; Pleasant; High in the lower 50s; Low near 30 degrees
The cool wedge of high pressure continues to weaken this evening but will be slow to erode as it hangs on into Wednesday morning with a cold front approaching from the west. Tonight, the cold front is beginning to move up the mountain through east TN and will stall overnight along the Appalachians bringing the more steady rainfall to the region.
A solid round of rain continues tonight through early Wednesday afternoon. We'll experience a little bump in daytime temperatures Wednesday ahead of the cold front with a quick fall Wednesday night. As colder air rushes over the mountains on a gusty northwest wind a few flurries or mountain top light snow is possible early Thursday morning. Like last time it still isn't enough to warrant the Snowman-O-Mometer. Sunshine returns for the afternoon with temperatures staying on the seasonally cool side for a change.
High pressure takes the helm Friday through the weekend. We'll enjoy a nice stretch of dry weather with pleasant afternoons and chilly nights. (Good radiational cooling conditions will allow for valleys to be colder than ridges at night). It will actually feel like December!
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