Expect continued clouds today thanks to an area of low pressure off the Carolina coast. That low will track out to sea today and high pressure will begin to move in tomorrow. However, a series of upper level disturbances over the next several days will keep clouds in the forecast for Tuesday and Wednesday. There will be plenty of intervals of sunshine though, especially later on Wednesday, and temperatures will be near normal for this time of year.
Turkey Day and Black Friday see unseasonably warm temperatures and an abundance of sunshine. It’s going to be really nice both days.
A strong cold front quickly moves through Friday night and colder weather returns for the weekend. No precipitation is expected with this frontal boundary but some of the ski resorts will be able to make snow once again (Yes!). While it will be cold, sunshine will be abundant. The weekend skiing at Snowshoe should be pretty nice.