Temperatures are noticeably chillier today after a cold front moved through the region very early yesterday. High pressure is centered over the Northeast, meaning we’re in a “wedge” setup for today. Temperatures will remain cool and cloud cover will remain for the most part. Spotty showers are possible this afternoon and overnight, especially for locations in the eastern portion of the High Country. Expect similar conditions tomorrow, except we will be several degrees warmer.
A southerly flow of warm, moist air returns to the region this weekend. This will result in more unseasonable temperatures. However, cloud cover will help keep temperatures from reaching the levels that we saw earlier this week.
Monday will be wet as a cold front approaches the region. It will pass through Monday night and usher in much colder air behind it. This front is the beginning of what looks like a change in the large scale weather pattern. Cross your fingers and think snow!