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Newland , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Wednesday, January 28, 2015 at 5:56PM

Cold; Milder; Cold

Valleys tonight will be colder than mountaintops. Clouds increase late tonight leading to a generally cloudy and milder Thursday. A passing rain shower is possible late Thursday morning or afternoon. Thursday night has rain showers changing to snow showers late Thursday night. Friday will be much colder with morning snow showers and flurries. The biggest weather item of note may be strong winds Thursday night and Friday--we may need a "Big Hair Warning" by then.

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Wednesday

Hi: 41 Lo: 18

More clouds late tonight; Colder in valleys than on ridges; NW wind 5-15 mph early, then light SW (but remaining breezy up top)
Thursday

Hi: 44 Lo: 25

Generally cloudy; Maybe an afternoon rain shower; Nightime rain showers changing to snow showers late; SW wind 5-15 mph, but NW 20-30 at night with gusts to 50 mph
Friday

Hi: 30 Lo: 14

Becoming mostly clear after AM snow showers & flurries; Very cold; NW wind 20-30 mph with gusts to 50 mph (10-20, gusts to 40 mph Fri night)
Saturday

Hi: 37 Lo: 28

Increasing clouds; Not as cold by afternoon
Sunday

Hi: 42 Lo: 28

Cloudy; PM & nighttime rain, possible beginning as a light wintry mix; Changing to snow showers late Sun. night

Further Out

Monday - Mostly to partly cloudy; AM snow showers & flurries; Very cold; High in the upper 20s; Low near 10 degrees
Tuesday - Increasing PM clouds; Cold; High in the lower 30s; Low in the upper teens

Forecast Discussion

Clouds increase late tonight leading to a generally cloudy Thursday with milder temperatures. A cold front from the west moves through Thursday evening. A light rain shower is possible Thursday, late-morning or afternoon. Thursday night rain showers develop changing to snow showers late. A strong NW wind develops Thursday night.

Friday is blustery (gusts to 50 mph) with morning snow showers and flurries. Clouds decrease in the afternoon as high pressure moves in from the west.

Saturday will have a cold start, but temperatures moderate somewhat Saturday afternoon. High pressure will move from West Virginia eastward to off the Mid-Atlantic Coast. Clouds increase Saturday afternoon as the next front approaches from the west.

Earlier this week, Sunday had some promise for snow; however, it now appears that the low will track to our west and north (instead of to our south). The result will be rain developing in the afternoon and continuing into Sunday night. Precipitation may begin as a brief period of wintry mix; however, warmer air will not be denied Sunday afternoon and evening.

Much colder air returns quickly Sunday night changing rain showers to snow showers by Monday sunrise. Monday will be very cold with morning snow showers and flurries.

High pressure briefly has control of our weather Monday night and Tuesday, but clouds increase late Tuesday with the next low approaching from the southwest. Tuesday will be cold but not as cold as Monday.

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