December 21, 2009 – The Cold Air isn’t as Stong this Time Around, Forcing Ice Later in the Week.

Meteorologist Brad Panovich just updated us with his newest Skier’s Forecast for the ski areas from West Virginia, Virginia, Tennessee and North Carolina.

Be sure to check out the FULL Skier’s Forecast Video

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THE NORTH CAROLINA FORECAST

Monday: Hi 29° Lo 17°(SNOWMAKING) – Partly sunny, 40% Chance of Snow.

Tuesday: Hi 30° Lo 20°(SNOWMAKING) – Mostly sunny

Wednesday: Hi 28° Lo 28° -Partly sunny, slight chance of Rain at night according to the NWS.
 
Thursday: Hi 39° Lo 29°  – 50%  Chance of rain, possibly ICE.

Friday: Hi 40° Lo 32°  –  50% Chance of Rain, possibly ICE.

Saturday: Hi 28° Lo 19°(SNOWMAKING) – Mostly cloudy, 50% Chance of Snow.

Sunday: Hi 24° Lo 13° (SNOWMAKING) – Partly Sunny, 50% Chance of Snow.

WEST VIRGINIA SKI AREAS

Monday: Hi 25° Lo 17°(SNOWMAKING) – Snow showers likely. Cloudy, according to the NWS total daytime snow accumulation of around an inch possible.

Tuesday: Hi 29° Lo 17° (SNOWMAKING) -A slight chance of snow showers before 10am, then a slight chance of snow showers after 4pm. 

Wednesday: Hi 34° Lo 2° – Partly sunny.

Thursday: Hi 34° Lo 27° (SNOWMAKING) – Mostly cloudy, snow, freezing rain, and sleet likely at night.

Friday: Hi 37° Lo 24° (SNOWMAKING) – Rain, snow, and sleet likely. Cloudy, chance of precipitation is 70%.

Saturday: Hi 27° Lo 16° (SNOWMAKING) – 50% chance of snow showers.

Sunday: Hi 24° Lo11° (SNOWMAKING)- 30% chance of snow showers.

Look for Brad’s next Skier’s Forecast video on Wednesday morning!