Models Show Scattered Showers This Evening
Lokking at the most recent NAM 3km model, it indicates that a band of showers that has developed across Kentucky will move through WNC this evening. This showers could be heavy for a short duration.. but I am not expecting more than .25” of rainfall accumulation in most locations.
These showers will be short-lived, and cooler temperatures will return as this front passes. Lows tomorrow morning around WNC look to be in the upper 30’s for most. Clearing will follow, and that will be the theme until a stronger storm system moves through the area Thursday into Friday.
Trick-or-Treating Weather Looks Great!
Models show temperature in the mid 50’s on Halloween night with little to no chance for rain! So wear a jacket & enjoy!
Storms Will Move Through WNC Late Week
Models continue to indicate that a very strong system will form across the Central part of the US, and move towards WNC. Timing for these storms looks to be Thursday Afternoon into Friday.. but that can change as we approach the event.
Lightning, gusty winds, thunder, and rainfall of around 1” can be expected from this front. Temperatures will fall back close to freezing after the front passes, and I can’t rule out the chance for high elevation snow showers. Check back soon for another update, and have a great Sunday!