Published: 2.9.16 6:23am
Good Morning Folks! Snow reports coming in seem to place the majority of the accumulations along the TN line and other higher elevation ridgelines throughout the region as you head SE away from the TN line. This event is playing out as expected and overall totals on the SNOWCAST Map are still possible with another round of snow this evening, preceded by scattered snow showers throughout the day today Its tough to verify when it’s either nothing or an inch in many spots across the region. Wednesday begins to scale back any remaining snow to the TN line throughout the day, with nothing more than flurries by sunset and clearing skies overnight into Thursday. The latter part of the work week looks cold and blustery and not as sunny as we previously thought. It seems the upper level trough that is bringing us the light – moderate rounds of snow will stick around through Thursday and part of Friday, allowing a front to sweep into the region late Thursday, followed by another disturbance Friday afternoon/evening. This translates into additional cloud cover and flurries for the TN line area late Friday. Past that we will deal with sunny skies, but don’t forget how cold it will be today through Sunday with many sites above 4000’ not rising past the freezing mark. Factor in a steady wind out of the NW and it will certainly feel like winter this week, with temps roughly 10 – 20 degrees below average at times.
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