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Jefferson , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Friday, February 24, 2017 at 6:16PM

Chilly Weekend

Temperatures Friday again reached near-record highs for the date, but a front moves through Saturday morning bringing us back to calendar reality. Skies will become cloudy later tonight, with showers developing after midnight. Showers last through most of Saturday morning. Saturday's daytime high temperatures occur early in the morning. By Saturday night, we'll be cold again with even a snow flurry possible. Sunday looks chilly but dry.

Friday

Hi: 66 Lo: 49

Increasing clouds; Showers late tonight; South wind 5-15 mph, becoming gusty overnight
Saturday

Hi: 56 Lo: 23

AM showers; PM decreasing clouds; Turning colder; Wind becoming NW 10-20 mph, gusts to 40 mph
Sunday

Hi: 43 Lo: 27

Few clouds; Chilly; NW wind 10-20 mph early, becoming light from the South
Monday

Hi: 50 Lo: 42

Becoming cloudy; Milder; PM showers
Tuesday

Hi: 62 Lo: 47

Mostly cloudy; A shower or two; Mild temperatures

Further Out

Wednesday - Becoming cloudy; Showers with afternoon t-showers; High near 60 degrees; Low in the mid 30s
Thursday - Mostly clear; Much cooler; High in the mid 40s; Low in the mid 20s

Forecast Discussion

Skies become cloudy tonight and rain develops late tonight lasting through much of Saturday morning. Temperatures Saturday fall from morning highs. By Saturday night, it will be cold with a snow flurry possible. Include blustery winds in your wardrobe decisions Saturday.

Winds settle Sunday morning and skies will be mostly clear. Temperatures will be chilly as Canadian high pressure slides east across the Carolinas.

Monday, a warm front forms to our south. That front will make steady progress northward Tuesday and Wednesday. Skies quickly become cloudy Monday and showers develop in the afternoon continuing overnight. A few showers linger into Tuesday. As the warm front moves north, our temperatures become unseasonably warm again by Tuesday and Wednesday.

The next cold front from the west arrives Wednesday evening . Showers develop Wednesday and thunder is a decent bet Wednesday afternoon. Cold arrives Wednesday night taking us back to more seasonal levels Wednesday night and Thursday. Skies clear by Thursday.

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