HERE’S THE SKIER’S FORECAST FOR THE MIDATLANTIC AND SOUTHEAST RESORTS:
For WISP, TIMBERLINE & CANAAN…. Looking for some morning snow showers (40%) with a high around 27 degrees. Little or no accumulation is expected. A half inch or so is possible tonight with another round of light snow as temperatures dip into the upper teens. Off and on light snow continues Wednesday through Friday (30-50%) with temperatures eventually cooling down on Friday into the upper teens for HIGHS.
SNOWSHOE…. Morning snow showers (60%) with highs in the middle 20’s and wind chills in the single digits. New accumulations of around a half inch are possible. Another possible inch of new snow tonight with lows in the middle teens. A few snow showers again on Wednesday, but a better chance on Thursday (60%). Highs both days will be in the lower and middle 20’s.
WINTERGREEN…. Partly cloudy skies today and Wednesday with highs in the upper 30’s and lower 40’s. Snow flurries will develop Wednesday night with lows in the middle 20’s. Scattered flakes will continue to fly on Thursday with a high around 33 degrees.
OBER GATLINBURG…. Light snow showers (20%) for this morning, with mostly cloudy skies otherwise and a high temperature around 42 degrees. Skies will be partly cloudy overnight with lows in the middle 20’s. Clouds will be on the increase Wednesday, with a 20% afternoon rain chance and highs in the middle 40’s. Wednesday night into Thursday, rain showers change to light snow with highs in the and upper 30’s.
HERE’S THE OUTLOOK FOR THE WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAINS….
Look for morning flurries and snow showers (60%) today with highs in the upper 30’s. Accumulations will range from a half inch to an inch. Overnight temperatures will dip into the middle 20’s with partly cloudy skies. Yet another system will swing out of the great lakes and bring more clouds and a 30% chance for a rain/snow mix by Wednesday with temperatures in the middle and upper 30’s. Other than a morning flurry or two, Thursday will be mostly cloudy with temperatures in the lower 40’s.