PILING IT ON UP NORTH

HERE’S THE SKIER’S FORECAST FOR THE MIDATLANTIC AND SOUTHEAST RESORTS:

For WISP, TIMBERLINE & CANAAN…. A 40% chance of an additional dusting to inch of snow moving through on Wednesday with highs in the middle 20’s. More moisture kicks in Wednesday night and Thursday (80%) with an additional 2 to 4 inches piling up as temperatures plunge into the low and middle teens for lows. Highs Thursday will "warm up" to around 20 degrees. Ending the week Friday with a 30% chance of morning snow showers and highs in the upper teens.

SNOWSHOE…. Snow likely (60%) for Wednesday morning with and additional 2 to 4 inches of accumulation. Afternoon highs will be around 20 degrees, with wind chills in the low teens. It’s Deep Freeze time Wednesday night with another 1 to 3 inches possible, as temperatures fall into the upper single digits. More snow likely on Thursday (90%) lingering into Friday morning with a high both days around 13 degrees.

WINTERGREEN…. Look for a few Wednesday morning snow showers (30%) with mostly cloudy skies through the day and a high around 40 degrees. Scattered flakes are back in the picture for Thursday with a high around 31 degrees. More flurries through Thursday night with a low around 10 degrees. Sunny and cold for Friday temperatures in the low 20’s.

OBER GATLINBURG…. Clouds will be on the increase Wednesday afternoon, with highs in the middle 40’s. Wednesday night into Thursday, rain showers change to light snow with a low in the middle 20’s and highs in the middle 30’s. Sunny skies end the week with a high around 39 degrees.

HERE’S THE OUTLOOK FOR THE WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAINS….
Yet another system will swing out of the great lakes and bring more clouds and a 20% chance for a rain/snow mix for Wednesday afternoon with temperatures in the middle and upper 30’s. A dusting to an inch of new snow for Wednesday night with the mercury falling into the low 20’s. The High Country is in line for 40% snow chance on Thursday with a high around 31 degrees and a gusty west wind up to 35 mph. Blustery conditions continue Thursday night with lows in the middle teens, and sunny skies on Friday with middle and upper 30’s.