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Waynesville

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Waynesville , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Tuesday, January 27, 2015 at 6:27PM

Cold & Blustery

Clouds hang around early this evening as an area of moisture sits over the KY & TN valleys. This moisture will allow from some continued snow showers & flurries along the Smokies as the NW flow persists. Overnight, the NW'ly flow continues, ushering in much colder temperatures with gusty winds. High pressure builds in for Wednesday, allowing the wind to relax and a moderation in temperatures. Afternoon highs will be near normal for January standards by Wednesday afternoon and slightly above normal for Thursday. A cold front will cross the mountains Thursday night knocking down temperatures for Friday. Sprinkles are possible during the day Thursday before changing to flurries Thursday night behind the front.

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Tuesday

Hi: 34 Lo: 17

Mostly to partly cloudy; Colder; NW wind 10-20 mph & gusty
Wednesday

Hi: 43 Lo: 23

Sunny daytime; Increasing clouds Wed. night; North wind 5-15 mph (gusty Wed. morning)
Thursday

Hi: 50 Lo: 27

Mostly cloudy; Daytime rain showers possible; South wind 5-15 mph (becoming NW 10-20 mph & gusty Thu. night)
Friday

Hi: 39 Lo: 23

Scattered clouds; Breezy
Saturday

Hi: 42 Lo: 25

Increasing clouds

Further Out

Sunday - Cloudy; A daytime rain/snow mix possibly changing to snow Sun. night; High in the upper 30s; Low in the upper 20s
Monday - Decreasing clouds and colder; High in the lower 30s; Low in the upper teens

Forecast Discussion

A northwesterly flow remains in place, although the much of the associated snow has ceased (excpet for along the western edge of the Smokies tonight). Clouds will continue to hang around early this evening as an area of moisture sits over the KY and TN valleys, allowing for the additional snow showers along the Smokies. Much colder air slides over the Southern Appalachians tonight while our winds remain gusty at times.

On Wednesday the strong area of low pressure will pull further from the area allowing for high pressure to build in from the NW. After a cold start to Wednesday, Temperatures will warm up to near-seasonal levels Wednesday afternoon, with even milder conditions on Thursday.

Another clipper system approaches Thursday, dragging yet another cold front through the area Thursday night. Sprinkles are possible ahead of the cold front Thursday afternoon, then flurries are possible Thursday night behind the cold front. High pressure builds in for Friday with colder temperatures.

Temperatures remain chilly through the weekend as a storm organizes to the west. The disturbance will spread clouds and moisture over the region from west to east during the day Sunday. Rain or a rain-snow mix develops during the day on Sunday, possibly changing over to snow Sunday night before the storm ending Monday morning. Details are a little fuzzy on the Sunday storm so please stay tuned. What is certain is that much colder air will arrive in the wake of the storm early next next week.

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