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RedTail Mountain , TN

Forecast Last Updated at Monday, December 10, 2018 at 6:47AM

Light AM Snow

The big snow is over, but a trailing upper-level disturbance produces light snow across Western NC. Light snow began late Sunday night and will end by noon today. An additional 1"-3" of snow is expected. Speaking of snow totals, I had 17" as of 3 PM yesterday and an additional .5" at 5 AM today. From the big event yesterday in NW NC, I heard totals ranging from 14" to 22". That makes it the biggest snow since 1998 (and for a few spots since 1996). It does NOT rival the Blizzard of '93. Skies clear tonight, and we'll look forward to relatively quiet weather Tuesday through Thursday.

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Monday

Hi: 44 Lo: 17

Generally cloudy day; Clearing tonight; Light snow until noon; North wind 5-15 mph becoming NW
Tuesday

Hi: 46 Lo: 20

Mostly sunny; Chilly; NW wind 5-15 mph, gusty
Wednesday

Hi: 51 Lo: 25

Lots of sunshine; Increasing clouds Wed. night; Chilly; Wind becoming SW 5-15 mph, gusty at higher elev's Wed. night
Thursday

Hi: 50 Lo: 33

Becoming cloudy; Rain develops Thur night
Friday

Hi: 53 Lo: 36

Cloudy; Rain

Further Out

Saturday - Cloudy; Periods of light rain; High in the mid 50s; Low in the mid 30s
Sunday - Partly cloudy; Seasonal temperatures; High in the mid 50s; Low in the mid 30s

Forecast Discussion

The surface low is well off the Outer Banks, but a trailing upper-level disturbance produces light snow this morning. 1"-3" is expected between late Sunday night and noon Monday. Skies clear tonight. With the snow cover, temperatures will "go deep".

High pressure moves across the Southeast during the next two days. Quiet weather results. The biggest story will be how cold it gets in valleys at night and some radiational fog is possible.

The next storm system to affect us takes shape in Northeast Texas Thursday. High pressure centered off the Atlantic Coast will wedge down into the Southern Appalachians. Overrunning rain develops by late Thursday night and continues Friday. A trailing upper-level low keeps rain in the forecast Saturday as well.

The storm system exits off the Mid-Atlantic Coast Sunday. We'll have partly cloudy skies and seasonal temperatures Sunday.

For a historical perspective... Last weekend's storm was not the Blizzard of 93', but it was the biggest storm in about 20 years across northwest North Carolina. Using 1993 as the benchmark, a tough to measure and windblown 30", here are the more memorable events since 1993.

Dec. 12-14, 2010: three-day total of 14". December 2010 is also the snowiest December on record totaling 28.7" for the month.
Dec. 18-19, 2009: two-day total of 15"
Jan. 26, 1998: 19" which is the highest single day snow event on record
Jan. 5-7, 1996: three-day total of 26"

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