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North Surry , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Monday, January 26, 2015 at 7:04AM

Breezy & Turning Colder

A strong storm system moving through the Appalachians today will eventually become quite the Nor’easter for a large portion of New England. Locally, a few rain and snow showers are moving through the area this morning. Rain showers will remain a threat in the Foothills through this afternoon. In the mountains, rain and snow showers will remain a threat through the day with light snowfall accumulations possible along the immediate TN/NC line. Tonight will be breezy and cold with wind chill values in the single digits and teens. Tuesday will remain breezy and chilly. The wind dies down by Wednesday, but temps stay on the cool side.

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Hi: 50 Lo: 24

Mostly cloudy; A few daytime rain showers; Decreasing clouds & colder tonight; Light wind becoming NW 5-15 mph & gusty

Hi: 44 Lo: 22

Scattered AM clouds, then mostly sunny; Chilly; NW wind 5-15 mph & gusty, diminishing some Tue. night

Hi: 46 Lo: 26

Sunny skies; Seasonably cool; Light north wind

Hi: 47 Lo: 31

Partly to mostly cloudy; A few daytime rain showers possible

Hi: 46 Lo: 25

Partly cloudy

Further Out

Saturday - Increasing clouds; High in the mid 40s; Low in the mid 20s
Sunday - Cloudy; Rain possible (may mix with or change to snow Sun. night); High in the lower 40s; Low in the upper 20s

Forecast Discussion

A very dynamic and seasonably strong clipper system is diving through the Appalachians this morning, then will head up the East Coast as a significant Nor’easter. As it moves through the local area, though, we are not looking at significant precipitation due to limited moisture at this time. A few brief snow showers are moving through the mountains this morning (dropping a quick dusting in spots) with a few rain showers in the Foothills. Of note, there are a few locations in the northern Foothills that are near freezing, so some light freezing rain cannot be ruled out very early this morning. Little to no icing is expected there, though.

As the low moves up the coast, a NW flow will develop across western NC. This will keep clouds going through the day with a stiff breeze developing. In the Foothills, showers will remain a threat through the afternoon and a rumble of thunder cannot be ruled out this afternoon. In the mountains, sprinkles and flurries may linger through the day. However, in the favored upslope areas along the immediate TN/NC border, snow showers are expected through this evening. It’s in those areas where a couple of inches of snow will be possible through tonight. Elsewhere in the mountains, only a dusting at most is expected. And, at this time, no snow is expected in the Foothills.

Behind the departing low, the NW wind will bring much colder air into the region. The cold air combined with breezy conditions will lead to wind chill values in the single-digits (mountains) and teens (Foothills) tonight into Tuesday morning. Also, on Tuesday morning, a few flurries will be possible across SW NC as an upper level disturbance swings through. Little to no accumulation is expected, though.

Wednesday is quiet with high pressure overhead. On Thursday, a fast-moving cold front moves through with a few daytime rain showers. Behind the front, temps then drop back down for the end of the week. Friday and Saturday look dry for now, then attention will turn towards the potential of a developing Gulf Low late in the weekend.


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