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Forecast Last Updated at Monday, February 6, 2023 at 6:59PM
Chilly Valleys Tonight; Warmer Tuesday
Light winds and clear skies will allow valleys to become chilly overnight. More mild weather can be expected throughout the workweek. We break the dry spell on Thursday with our next opportunity for rainfall. Next weekend starts out chilly with a few snow flurries, but it will be a fast shot of colder air.
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Hi: 56 Lo: 30
Clear; Chilly in valleys; Wind becoming light
Hi: 58 Lo: 36
Mostly sunny; Milder; Light SSW wind
Hi: 61 Lo: 44
Partly sunny & mild; Mostly cloudy with rain possible late Wed. night
Hi: 60 Lo: 41
Mostly cloudy with light rain likely; Mild
Hi: 55 Lo: 32
Mostly cloudy; Perhaps some light rain
Saturday - Variable clouds; Scattered snow flurries; Seasonably colder; High in the lower 40s; Low in the lower 20s
Sunday - Mostly sunny; A bit milder; High near 50 degrees; Low in the upper 20s
High pressure will be dominant through midweek, providing ample sunshine and unseasonably mild conditions. While it's not "cold" tonight, it is chilly in valleys. There will be more high clouds around Tuesday and Wednesday, but it won’t really detract from the nice weather.
A cold front will push into the Carolinas on Thursday, with a wave of low-pressure tracking along it on Friday. This will spread some rain into the mountains on Thursday, but rain will probably remain just east of the mountains on Friday..
A push of colder air arrives on Saturday with some mountain snow showers and flurries, but it’s a “one-hit-wonder” with a rapid de-escalation of the chill as early as Sunday afternoon.
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