Published: 11.25.15 6:58am
Good Morning Folks! Temps are once again colder along the valley floor than the higher ridgelines as they sit in the mid 20’s with the ridgeline stations reporting temps in the mid 30’s. We expect another inversion to occur tonight after a pleasant day across the region, with another round of sunshine and near normal temps. The busiest travel of day of the year is today and we cannot find any concerns minus the need for sunglasses. If you are traveling out to the west coast you may experience delays as several snow storms are playing out across that portion of the country today. Focusing on the home front we will find a pleasant start to Thanksgiving Day and the ending won’t be so bad, just an increase in clouds with a possible light shower along the SC state line. Isolated showers and increased cloud cover make up much of the day on Friday and Saturday, with increasing clouds on Sunday leading into greater shower coverage for early next week. With this in mind we recommend hitting the slopes today through the weekend before the warmer temps and light rainfall melt a good chunk of the base.
Today will be a carbon copy of yesterday with temps a degree or two cooler as high clouds stream overhead, allowing temps to climb to the upper 40’s – mid 50’s depending upon elevation. Overnight into Thursday another clear night is in store for the region, allowing temps to dip into the low –... click here for more