A few snow flurries possible on Wednesday.
Friday will be mostly cloudy with scattered rain showers. Look for temperatures to begin dropping into the 60s through the afternoon and continue to fall into the upper 50s by 5:00 p.m. and 40s after midnight.
As for Wednesday, highs will stay in the 30s with sunshine. By late morning a front will bring a line of heavy rain over the Cumberland Plateau, and into the Tennessee Valley by lunchtime and early afternoon.
Since the front will move through early in the day, temperatures will be falling past morning. Impacts are forecast to be minimal.
Mostly sunny conditions are forecast but staying quite cool - highs in the mid/upper 50°s; with early low temperatures hovering around freezing (32°) both Saturday and Sunday morning. Mostly sunny, with a high near 50. Tonight, cloudy with a 50 percent chance of rain. This doesn't look like a big storm, but may be disruptive as temperatures will be so cold at the surface that snow will likely stick. Waves of low pressure moving along that front will bring central North Carolina a chance for chilly rain showers Friday. It will be breezy to windy and milder, with the strongest winds likely at the Shoreline where it may gust to around 30 miles per hour.
Temps: High of 78 degrees and a low of 49 degrees.
Thursday's highs will only warm to the low 50s with a mix of clouds and sun.
By the end of the week, the path of the upper-level wind will arc far to the north across Alaska and western Canada, swoop south through the Plains, and curve back north along the Eastern Seaboard.
What all this though is doing...is keeping us mainly dry There were some fast hitting showers yesterday and even some thunderstorms...but most areas around the metro got little or nothing as expected. This could spread some light rain and snow along its track, although it's still unclear as to the track this feature will take, and if any coastal redevelopment can occur to enhance the rain and snow just a bit.
Partly cloudy and cool.