Published: 4.1.15 6:14am
Good Morning Folks! No Aprils Fool joke today as we look forward to another pleasant spring day across the region. Mostly sunny skies will sit overhead throughout the day and with an increase in southerly flow, temps will rise to the upper 50’s – low 70’s depending upon elevation. It may feel warmer than that in the early spring sun, especially for our smaller downtown locations like Bryson City, Franklin or Sylva due to the expansive asphalt area. As we move into the late afternoon hours we will notice a slight increase in cloud cover and this will continue throughout the night as moisture ramps up across the region. Eventually mostly cloudy skies will be overhead, perhaps sometime before midnight and temps will hold to the low – mid 40’s for most of the region.
Thursday and Friday look ok but not pleasant as a mix of sun and clouds sit overhead both days, with a bit more sunshine on Friday as Thursday deals more with mostly cloudy skies. Isolated showers are possible at any point in the day tomorrow and you may notice a muggy feel to the air as dewpoint levels soar across the Southeast. The better rain chances tomorrow will begin after 3pm as upslope flow increases across the region and temps will be held to the upper 50’s – upper 60’s. Whereas on Friday temps will soar into the low 60’s – mid 70’s as southerly flow really kicks into high gear ahead of the approaching front,... click here for more