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Crossnore , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Sunday, December 28, 2014 at 7:05PM

Gray, Cool, Wet

The title above is a quick synopsis of the next 36 hours. The steadier rain is expected from Midnight tonight through Monday morning followed by lingering light rain and drizzle Monday afternoon/night. As colder air moves in Monday night, the drizzle may end as flurries or freezing drizzle (mainly across NW NC / SW VA which is the reason for the “Dusting” Snowman-o-mometer there). Clouds slowly decrease on Tuesday as noticeably colder air moves in to close out 2014. Bundle up if headed out for New Year’s Eve…it’s going to be a cold one.

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Hi: 54 Lo: 40

Cloudy tonight; Steadier rain developing after Midnight; NW wind 5-15 mph (gusty at higher elev's)

Hi: 47 Lo: 32

Cloudy with patchy fog; Early AM showers; Afternoon & nighttime light rain & drizzle (may end as freezing drizzle/flurries late Mon. night); Light wind

Hi: 38 Lo: 22

Early flurries possible, otherwise mostly to partly cloudy; Much colder; Light wind becoming NW 5-15 mph

Hi: 33 Lo: 19

Mostly sunny; Cold for New Year's Eve

Hi: 38 Lo: 24

Few clouds; Still rather cold for New Year's Day

Further Out

Friday - Increasing clouds; Rain possible (cannot rule out some freezing rain); High in the upper 30s; Low in the lower 30s
Saturday - Cloudy; Daytime rain likely; High in the mid 40s; Low in the upper 20s

Forecast Discussion

On the weather map this evening, a slow-moving cold front continues to creep across the Appalachians. It will settle in tonight, then slowly move east of the area on Monday. With the front nearby, a few showers cannot be ruled out this evening, but nothing widespread is expected until later tonight when a second surge of moisture rides up along the front.

Sunday night’s rain tapers off Monday morning, but clouds and patchy drizzle will linger on into Monday night. Across NW NC / SW VA, colder air arriving Monday night may allow the light rain/drizzle to end as freezing drizzle or flurries, especially in the higher elevations. This is the reason for the “Dusting” Snowman-o-mometer in that area. At this time, little to no accumulations are expected.

Skies will gradually clear during the day Tuesday as noticeably colder/drier air moves in. Believe it or not, it will actually feel like winter for a change from Tuesday through at least Friday (much different than the mild temps from yesterday).

For those with plans for New Year’s Eve, expect dry, but cold conditions with temperatures in the 20’s. New Year’s Day looks dry and chilly as well. Clouds begin increasing Thursday night into Friday with the next chance of precipitation coming Friday / Friday night, possibly lasting on into Saturday. The cold air in place from New Year’s Day is expected to be retreating, but we will have to keep a close eye on when the moisture arrives as some wintry precip cannot be ruled out, especially across NW NC / SW VA.


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