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Wolf Laurel

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Wolf Laurel , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Sunday, January 20, 2019 at 6:35AM

Frozen

While today’s weather may not have the magic of a Disney animated movie, it will be no less epic as we will have drastically colder temperatures, strong winds and snow showers to create plenty of off-screen, outside drama. Snow showers taper to flurries and end this evening, depositing a dusting to around an inch for most, but 1-3” in the western half of the High Country. Click here for our snowfall accumulation forecast map. Winds will gust over 50 mph at times, generating subzero wind chills by evening. Sunday night and Monday will be the coldest of the season-to-date.

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Sunday

Hi: 29 Lo: 6

Mostly cloudy; Impressively colder & windy with falling temps; Snow showers & flurries into the evening; NW wind 20-25 mph, gusting to 55
Monday

Hi: 19 Lo: 12

Clear; Very cold for MLK Day; Blustery daytime; NW wind 10-20 mph gusting to 30, diminishing
Tuesday

Hi: 30 Lo: 25

Mostly sunny, then increasing cloudiness late; SE wind 5-10 mph
Wednesday

Hi: 38 Lo: 36

Cloudy with occasional rain; Rain could begin briefly as a wintry mix early in the day
Thursday

Hi: 34 Lo: 21

Mostly cloudy with early rain changing to snow flurries; Windy & turning colder

Further Out

Friday - Partly cloudy & cold; Maybe a morning snow flurry; High in the mid 20s; Low in the lower teens
Saturday - Mostly sunny & very cold; Becoming partly cloudy Saturday night; High near 20 degrees; Low in the mid teens

Forecast Discussion

An Arctic cold front has blasted east of the mountains this morning. Cold air will now pour in on strong, northwesterly winds gusting over 50 mph along with snow showers and flurries. Highs are this morning, with plummeting temperatures through the daytime. Winds and cold temperatures will combine to produce below-zero wind chills tonight. This is the coldest air thus far this season.

Winds die-down on Monday and it will be sunny, but expect very cold temperatures. Tuesday won’t be quite as cold, but still below-normal for late-January.

A new storm system taking shape over the nation’s midsection on Tuesday will head in our direction for Wednesday and into early Thursday. Look for another significant rainfall event during this time period, perhaps ending as snow showers or flurries as another major cold push follows in the storm’s wake for Thursday night and Friday. Hint: Next weekend also looks very cold.

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