-Friday: Cold start, sunny and pleasant afternoon
-Saturday: Increasing clouds, rain late
-Sunday: Drying out, windy and colder
We’ll end the workweek on a pleasant note, with highs in the upper 50s this afternoon under sunny skies. Winds remain light.
A few more clouds roll in tonight, with overnight lows near 34.
Clouds continue to increase on Saturday, all ahead of our next cold front.
It’ll be a breezy but mild day with highs near 60. Gusts near 30 mph are possible.
Rain chances increase heading into Saturday night as a line of showers moves eastward later Saturday night into Sunday morning.
Rain totals should range from 0.25” to 0.50” with locally higher amounts possible in the mountains. The rain looks to exit by 8am on Sunday morning.
Windy, colder weather blows in Sunday afternoon. Highs hover in the upper 40s on Sunday.
Upslope mountain snow will occur in and west of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Thanksgiving Week looks quiet and dry.
Highs remain in the upper 40s on Monday, with temperatures in the 50s on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Thanksgiving looks mostly sunny, cool and dry with high sin the upper 40s.
Chief Meteorologist George Flickinger has your updated forecast at 5pm!
Have a fantastic Friday and weekend!
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