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Forecast Last Updated at Sunday, January 21, 2018 at 6:57AM

Furloughed

We get "unpaid leave" from winter weather today. Today will probably be the warmest day for all of January. Clouds increase tonight, and skies becoming cloudy Monday. A front moves through from the west late Monday night producing rain Monday afternoon into Monday night. Cooler weather returns Tuesday.

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Sunday

Hi: 61 Lo: 35

Plenty of sunshine & nice; More clouds tonight; Light SW wind
Monday

Hi: 54 Lo: 40

Cloudy; Rain developing in the afternoon, continuing overnight; South wind 5-15 mph, gusty at higher elev's
Tuesday

Hi: 53 Lo: 27

Decreasing clouds; Cooler; West wind 5-15 mph, becoming NW 10-20 & gusty Tues. night
Wednesday

Hi: 47 Lo: 24

Mostly sunny; Another step cooler
Thursday

Hi: 48 Lo: 25

Lots of sunshine; Seasonal temperatures

Further Out

Friday - More PM clouds; Less chilly; High in the upper 40s; Low in the lower 30s
Saturday - Cloudy; Blue Ridge Fog; Light rain and drizzle; Steadier rain Sat. night; High in the upper 40s; Low in the lower 40s

Forecast Discussion

High pressure is centered in the Atlantic producing a southerly flow and milder weather today.

The winter furlough is short-lived. A front moves through late Monday night. Ahead of the front, skies become cloudy Monday and rain arrives Monday afternoon continuing Monday night.

Showers end before sunrise Tuesday followed by a return to cooler weather. A secondary front arrives with colder air Tuesday night. Tuesday will be windy, especially at night.

Wednesday through Friday, high pressure moves across the Eastern U. S. Expect dry weather and seasonal temperatures. By Friday, it produces a cool wedge down the east side of the Appalachians.

The next front arrives late next weekend, and it will tap considerable Gulf moisture. Saturday looks cloudy and foggy with light rain and drizzle developing. Saturday night and Sunday look quite wet before colder weather arrives.

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