Expect COLD temps today and tonight and mild temps for the rest of the weekend and next week across all of the Southeast. Highs will be in the 40s and 50s, and overnight lows after a cold night tonight, will be in the mid 30s…or just above snowmaking temps.
Snowshoe Mountain in West Virginia and Wisp Resort in Maryland may see some lingering snow showers today, then much the same weather next week as the rest of the region with highs in the 40s and lows just above snowmaking temps. They may see some light rain Monday and Wednesday as well. (40% chance)
The rest of the region is looking at slightly milder temps – close to 50 degrees for highs through the week…after a cold Saturday.
We mentioned that colder temps re-enter the long-range forecast and that looks to be happening NEXT Saturday where there’s a 60% chance of SNOW for the weekend. Highs will get back to the mid 30s and lows in the 20s, which means more snowmaking! There is data that shows that we should stay cold with periods of snow every few days for the rest of the month, but we’ll hold off on reporting that until we get a little closer. (No need to jinx things!)