What a beautiful morning it is! It’s nice to see the sunshine once again. Bluebird skies will continue today and tomorrow as high pressure will be in control. Temperatures today will be near normal for this time of year and highs tomorrow will be several degrees warmer. Both nights will see chilly temperatures in the valleys as inversions set up. Snowmaking will be iffy at the ski areas as a result.
Saturday will see increasing clouds ahead of an advancing cold front. Showers are possible Saturday night and Sunday. The front will move through Sunday night as a disturbance tracks along the front at the same time. As a result, heavier rain is expected Sunday night.
Monday and Tuesday will be interesting. A second low develops and tracks across the Southeast during this time period but two of the main models differ on the timing. In general, both days look to see showers with a brief changeover to snow Tuesday night as colder air arrives. Accumulations won’t be significant though and will be limited to the higher elevations.
High pressure settles back in Wednesday but temperatures will remain relatively cool.