Forecast Last Updated at Tuesday, March 31, 2020 at 7:09AM
Cooler & Wet
Rain returns this morning as low pressure advances across the Southeast. Colder air is pulled southward this afternoon and tonight allowing for some wet snowflakes to mix-in overnight and early Wednesday morning. The highest elevations above 5000' may pick up an inch or two of wet snow by tomorrow morning. Rain tapers off early Wednesday, but the chill remains. Warmer air makes inroads beginning Thursday, closer to seasonal levels, followed by a nice warm-up Friday and beyond.
Hi: 48 Lo: 33
Cloudy with patchy fog; Rain developing; Colder; Precip. maybe mixed with snow late Tue. night; SE wind 5-15 mph, becoming North Tue. night
Hi: 46 Lo: 33
AM showers with a few snowflakes possible; PM Decreasing clouds; Chilly; NNW wind 10-20 mph
Hi: 56 Lo: 35
Few clouds; Not as cool; NW wind 5-15 mph, breezy at times
Hi: 64 Lo: 38
Scattered clouds; Warming up
Hi: 64 Lo: 44
Partly cloudy; Pleasant
Sunday - Generally cloudy; Isolated to widely scattered PM showers; High in the mid 60s; Low in the upper 40s
Monday - Partly sunny; Showers arriving late afternoon or evening; Steadier rain late Mon. night; High in the mid 60s; Low in the upper 40s
Low pressure passes to our south today accompanied by a healthy upper level disturbance. A good soaking rain is on the menu as most of the region picks up a half inch or so. Colder air tonight allows for wet snowflakes to mix-in and the highest elevations will pick up a slushy 1"-2" of snow. Rain and snowflakes taper off Wednesday morning, but it remains seasonably chilly.
High pressure slowly move across the Eastern U.S. Thursday and Friday coming to rest in the Western Atlantic this weekend. Temperatures respond accordingly as a warming southerly flow develops behind the departing high. Thursday temps are just shy of earl April averages then we turn modestly mild Friday and into the foreseeable future.
A measly front approaches Sunday sparking a few afternoon showers. Beyond that next week looks busy as the southern low pressure train gets more active. Showers return late Monday and continue into Tuesday. At least that will keep pollen levels under control as you can expect some significant progress in the leaf budding arena over the next 10-days.
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