Published: 12.3.16 8:01am
Good Morning Folks! The next seven days should provide everyone with their favorite weather, minus those who enjoy the heat. We’ll deal with normal and slightly below normal temps, region wide rainfall for a few days, breezy conditions and finally, the coldest temps of the season with a possible shot of snow late next week! Clouds will increase across the region today, followed by light showers tonight, eventually expanding into scattered showers tomorrow. Another round of rain develops Monday afternoon and wraps up Tuesday morning, with clearing skies Wednesday and a possible round of light snow and colder temps Thursday into next Friday. For now, we feel confident about the forecast which includes the shot of snow late next week, but be sure to check back in over time to see if adjustments will be made.
Clouds will develop out of the SW throughout the day, eventually resulting in mostly cloudy skies by the mid – late afternoon hours. This will keep temps to the mid 40’s – mid 50’s depending upon elevation, followed by overnight lows settling into the low 30’s – low 40’s depending upon elevation. Isolated showers will develop sometime during the evening hours and slowly expand as the night moves along, with precip falling as snow above 5000’ across the region. Now, we don’t want to cause too much excitement but we are going against our previous forecast and now including a light dusting of snow for places such as the Great Balsams, Smokies and perhaps even... click here for more