Forecast update



Pretty tranquil weather compared to last week. Slowly moderating temperatures this week, but not too warm to melt a ton of snow. Overnight low should remain plenty cold enough for snowmaking during the overnights, plus a chance for natural snow. There’s a clipper system coming down Wednesday night into Thursday morning with a little bit of moisture. It’s not a lot of enough to squeeze out some light snow flurries or snow showers. Accumulation will be really light 1-2”, and most of that at the top of the mountains. Snowshoe, WV could get more with 2-4” likely due to there favorable location for Northwest flow snows.

Forecast for this week

North Carolina Mountains:

Tuesday: Partly sunny and warmer – 35/27
Wednesday: P/cloudy and windy, winds as high as 40mph – 33/24
Thursday: Cloudy with morning snow flurries, 1-2“ up top – 33/18
Friday: P/Cloudy and colder – 29/17

Virginia and West Virginia Mountains:

Tuesday: Cloudy with a light snow flurry – 32/25
Wednesday: Cloudy with snow showers 1-3” – 36/21
Thursday: Windy and colder with sun and clouds morning snow 1-3” – 25/10
Friday: Cold and windy with sun and clouds – 24/11


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