Wolf Laurel Resort
Forecast Last Updated at Monday, May 10, 2021 at 7:10AM
The Snowman-O-Mometer has been put into safe storage for this season. We'll dig it from the mothballs in the fall. BTW, our winter forecast worked out really well... less than average snow and 1-2 degrees warmer than average.
Mother Nature has her "M" months confused. Winter may be over, but this week has cool weather overall. Expect lots of clouds. Almost every day has the threat of isolated showers, but precipitation overall will be light at best--more "annoyance" than a "threat". Today has temperatures about 3-4 degrees below average with a stray shower possible. We keep that shower potential through tonight. Temperatures "bottom out" Wednesday and Thursday.
Hi: 58 Lo: 45
Lots of clouds; Cooler than average; Stray showers; NW wind 5-15 mph, becoming light tonight
Hi: 53 Lo: 39
Early clouds, then partly cloudy; Cannot rule out an early stray shower; Slightly cooler; Light wind
Hi: 47 Lo: 35
Becoming generally cloudy; Areas of fog possible; Cool temperatures; Cannot rule out a light shower; Light East wind
Hi: 51 Lo: 38
Mostly to partly cloudy; Cool; Cannot rule out a stray shower
Hi: 53 Lo: 39
Lots of clouds; Still cool; Isolated showers
Saturday - Partly cloudy; Less chilly; Cannot rule out a PM shower; High in the upper 50s; Low in the lower 40s
Sunday - Partly to mostly cloudy; PM showers possible; High near 60 degrees; Low in the upper 40s
The overall weather setup is relatively simple, but the devil is in the details.
A cold front is slowly moving southeast across the Southern Appalachians today. It continues to sag southward this week reaching Florida and the Gulf Thursday. However, weak waves of low pressure will move along the front from west to east. Chilly high pressure centered in the Western Great Lakes today slides east.
We have lots of clouds today with the threat of a stray shower. That shower potential continues tonight. Tuesday is slightly cooler with a stray shower possible early.
Cooler air wedges down the east side of the Appalachians Wednesday. We'll be frustratingly chilly with clouds, a light shower possible with some Blue Ridge fog.
Thursday has cool temperatures with partial sunshine peeking through. We keep lots of clouds Friday with a PM shower possible.
We start to climb out of this chilly hole next weekend. Saturday is partly cloudy and less chilly. Sunday is a few degrees warmer (but still not "warm") with PM showers possible.
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