Weather station located at the top of Sugar Mountain.
Forecast Last Updated at Tuesday, April 20, 2021 at 6:40PM
Wednesday's daytime high will be at sunrise as a cold front crashes the spring-like conditions we've been seeing recently. Temperatures fall through the day leading to a hard freeze Wednesday night. Cold temperatures remain through Friday morning. Expect a few showers early tomorrow ending by early afternoon as flurries (snow showers at higher elevations near the TN/NC border). Gusty winds will add to the weather's rudeness.
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Hi: 53 Lo: 36
Sunny with increasing PM clouds; A stray shower possible late-day or this evening; SSW wind 10-15 mph, gusty at times
Hi: 36 Lo: 22
Mostly cloudy day; Light rain showers, ending as show showers (higher elev's) and flurries (lower elev's) by early afternoon; Then clearing and much colder; NW wind 10-20 mph, gusting to 40 mph Wed. night
Hi: 37 Lo: 23
Hard freeze; Scattered clouds; Cold; NW wind 10-20 mph, gusty, but diminishing Thur. night
Hi: 45 Lo: 35
Frosty early; Mostly sunny day; Increasing clouds Fri. night
Hi: 43 Lo: 39
Cloudy with fog; Rain developing, heavy at times in the PM and overnight
Sunday - AM clouds with lingering early showers; Then clearing; Windy; High in the upper 40s; Low in the lower 30s
Monday - Warmer afternoon after a chilly start; A few PM clouds; High in the lower 50s; Low in the mid 30s
A cold front inches forward and is expected to blow through before sunrise Wednesday. Precipitation will be post-frontal. Daytime highs Wednesday will be at sunrise with falling temperatures to follow. Showers arrive in the morning ending as flurries by early afternoon. We'll call that "snow showers" at higher elevations near the TN/NC border with dusting-level accumulations are a decent bet. It will be windy, and a hard freeze comes Wednesday night as Arctic high pressure overtakes the Eastern U. S.
Thursday is blustery and cold. Winds settle Thursday night with another freeze expected.
The high will be centered off the Southeast Coast Friday allowing a milder SW flow again Friday afternoon. Friday afternoon will still have below average temperatures but it will be much nicer than the previous 2 days.
A potent low builds North Texas Friday. It moves across the Appalachians Saturday. Skies become cloudy Friday night, and Saturday will be rainy and cool with fog. Some heavy rain is possible in the afternoon and early evening.
Stray light showers linger into Sunday morning. Sunday afternoon has cool temperatures, windy conditions, and clearing skies.
Warmer, more pleasant weather comes Monday afternoon. Next Tuesday and Wednesday will be even warmer, but another chilly push is coming by the end of next week signaled by the recurvature of Super-Typhoon Surigae in the Western Pacific.
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