Wolf Laurel Resort
Forecast Last Updated at Thursday, March 23, 2023 at 5:07PM
Tonight will be mild with a few clouds. Winds will be gusty early though. There could be some spotty drizzle near the Blue Ridge tomorrow afternoon but widespread rain develops well after midnight Friday into Saturday morning. Rain clears Saturday afternoon but winds will be gusty. There could be a few showers Sunday night and Monday morning but overall, not much rain after Saturday. Temperatures cool to below average Tuesday and Wednesday and snow flurries may develop Tuesday night.
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Hi: 67 Lo: 51
Scattered clouds; SW wind 10-20 mph and gusty early, becoming lighter overnight
Hi: 68 Lo: 51
Ample AM sunshine & warm; Spotty afternoon light rain or drizzle possible near the Blue Ridge; Rain develops after midnight Fri. night; SW wind 10-15 mph, gusty at higher elev's Fri. night
Hi: 64 Lo: 42
Periods of AM rain; Becoming partly cloudy; Pleasant temperatures remain; SW wind 10-20 mph and gusty
Hi: 60 Lo: 45
Early sun; Increasing PM clouds; A few showers develop south to north Sun. night
Hi: 55 Lo: 39
Partly cloudy; AM showers possible
Tuesday - Mostly sunny; Clouds increase overnight; Maybe some snow flurries Tue night; Chilly; High in the lower 40s; Low in the mid 20s
Wednesday - Some clouds early then sunny; High in the mid 40s; Low in the upper 20s
High pressure off the NC coast keeps us warm and dry through Friday night, with the exception of some drizzle near the Blue Ridge Friday afternoon and evening. A cold front moving in from the north stalls just to our north while another cold front moves in from the west. That squeeze play will create rain early Saturday morning. That rain should end Saturday afternoon after the cold front from the west moves through. Winds will be gusty Saturday but temperatures remain mild.
The cold front stalls far enough south that Sunday is a dry day with temperatures above average. Waves of low pressure will ride along that stalled front Monday but it looks to be far enough south that there will only be small chances of rain Sunday night and Monday. A cold front should move through late Monday night or early Tuesday morning bringing below average temperatures for Tuesday and Wednesday. Snow flurries could develop Tuesday night as a reinforcing shot of cold air moves in from the northwest.
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