Published: 11.24.15 6:13am
Good Morning Folks! Sylva seems to be one of the coldest spots around at 20°F with other valley spots sitting in the low 20’s, while the higher elevation ridgelines sit in the upper 20’s – low 30’s. We continue to feature sunshine across the region today and tomorrow, with temps pretty much the same both days as we enter into normal highs and lows for this time of the year. By Thanksgiving temps will push into the slightly above normal range with late day clouds arriving and it’s possible a few showers develop before sunset along or near the SC state line. This is due to moisture increasing from the south and shortly thereafter the west, with a front arriving on Friday. This front will bring us spotty showers throughout much of the weekend, however temps will be warm enough to preclude any wintry mix and by Sunday or Monday, they should begin another gradual decline to below normal levels for the middle of next week. All in all we are lucky in that travel across our region on Wednesday will be pleasant, followed by a fairly calm Thanksgiving Day and even thought the following days will not be ideal, they will be bearable considering the alternative (a cold rain).
Today and Wednesday pretty much mirror each other with mostly sunny skies overhead both days and temps rising to the mid 40’s – mid 50’s Tuesday, rising slightly to the upper 40’s – mid 50’s on Wednesday. Overnight lows will settle... click here for more