SO MUCH FOR GLOBAL WARMING

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

For WISP, TIMBERLINE & CANAAN…. Snow continues for Monday (30%) with highs in the lower single digits and wind chill values making it feel more like – 20 degrees. Clouds and a flurry or two Monday night with lows around – 5. Snow continues for Tuesday (20% chance) and Wednesday (40% chance) with bitter cold temperatures around 9 or 10 degrees.

SNOWSHOE…. A bone-chilling start to the week with a 30% chance of light snow showers and high temperatures BELOW freezing, around – 6 degrees. Down to -12 Monday night with a chance of snow flurries. The flakes linger into Tuesday with a high around 8 degrees. A better chance of snow for Wednesday (30%) with temperatures all the way up to 12 degrees.

WINTERGREEN…. Lots of sunshine for Monday, but temperatures won’t be anywhere near the freezing mark, only making it into the middle 20’s. A clear and cold Monday night with a low around 2 degrees. Sunny skies are back for Tuesday and Wednesday with highs in the upper 20’s.

OBER GATLINBURG…. Some light morning snow showers to start off Monday, with partly cloudy skies for the afternoon and highs around 30 degree. Partly cloudy skies Monday night with temperatures in the low teens. Temperatures will warm up into the middle 30’s on Tuesday with a 20% chance of rain or snow.

HERE’S THE OUTLOOK FOR THE WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAINS….
A frigid start to the week with a 40% chance of morning snow for the High Country. Temperatures will climb as high as the upper teens, but with a gusty west wind, it will feel more like 0 or 5 degrees. Skies will be partly cloudy Monday night with a low around 8 degrees and wind chills around -5. Clouds move back in with isolated snow showers on Tuesday with highs around 30. An early morning leftover snowflake or two Wednesday morning, with highs in the upper 20’s.

Submitted by Meteorologist Marcus Lynch