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NWS Wind Advisory (Henderson County)

Current Conditions
Asheville Apt

Temp: 50.0°F
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Asheville Airport , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Monday, January 23, 2017 at 6:25PM

Cooler, Becoming Windy

Partial clearing is expected tonight, although some lingering light showers will occur closer to the NC/TN border. Windy conditions develop overnight. Tuesday is shaping up to be quite nice with lots of sunshine. Wednesday is the pick of the week for outside activities, as we expect a surge of warmth ahead of our next frontal system that will “right the ship” and get things back closer to where they should be as for as January temperatures are concerned.

Monday

Hi: 52 Lo: 40

Partly to mostly cloudy & windy with a light shower possible before midnight; NW wind 15-25 mph gusting to 40
Tuesday

Hi: 56 Lo: 35

Becoming mostly sunny; NW 10-20 mph gusting to 40, diminishing PM
Wednesday

Hi: 66 Lo: 40

Ample sunshine & very mild; More clouds Wednesday night with spotty light rain or sprinkles; SW wind 5-15 mph
Thursday

Hi: 46 Lo: 28

Mostly sunny & colder; Partly cloudy Thursday night with snow flurries possible late
Friday

Hi: 40 Lo: 25

Perhaps an early snow flurry; Turning mostly sunny; Another step colder

Further Out

Saturday - Partly cloudy; Chilly; A chance for flurries Saturday night; High in the lower 40s; Low in the mid 20s
Sunday - Partly cloudy; Flurries possible early, and again late Sunday night; High in the lower 40s; Low in the mid 20s

Forecast Discussion

A vertically-stacked low-pressure system, which means low pressure at the surface and aloft, will slowly lumber off Mid-Atlantic coastal waters by Tuesday morning. It will be taking the unsettled weather with it, though lingering showers fall tonight at the higher elevations and near the TN line. Some of the higher peaks will even see a coating of rime icing overnight. Partial clearing will occur later tonight, and Tuesday is shaping up to a fine day with lots of sunshine.

Wednesday will be mostly sunny and unseasonably mild preceding the next cold front that will pass through here late Wednesday night or early Thursday morning. Aside from spotty light rain or sprinkles late Wednesday night, the frontal passage will be generally dry.

Behind the front, there is some legitimate January air. That means an end to the two-week warm spell and a return to more normal January conditions. The weather from Thursday through the weekend looks dry, except for some occasional snow showers or flurries, mainly along the border with Tennessee. That will also give the regional ski industry a badly needed shot in the arm.

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