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Whitetop , VA

Forecast Last Updated at Monday, March 2, 2015 at 1:37PM

Roller Coaster Week

We get a few breaks in the clouds this afternoon. Clouds increase again tonight and light rain redevelops Tuesday morning. Colder air will again briefly be banked up against the east side of the Appalachians Tuesday; so, lower elevations on the east side of the Appalachian could have a period of light freezing rain changing to light rain. Temperatures warm across the region significantly Tuesday night. A potent front from the west Wednesday night--we'll go from warm (Wednesday) to cold (Thursday) and rain to a mix or snow.

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Monday

Hi: 40 Lo: 28

Generally cloudy; Spotty light AM rain; NW wind 10-20 mph, AM gusts to 45 mph, diminishing this afternoon, becoming Light SE tonight
Tuesday

Hi: 42 Lo: 40

Cloudy with fog; Light rain west & at higher elev's, light freezing rain changing to rain east; Warming temperatures overnight; SE wind 5-10 mph (but SW 20-30 mph at higher elev's), becoming SW 10-20 mph & gusty Tue night
Wednesday

Hi: 56 Lo: 25

Cloudy; Rain; Turning colder Wed. night with rain changing to a wintry mix late; SW wind 10-20 mph, gusts to 45 mph by evening, becoming NW late Wed night
Thursday

Hi: 25 Lo: 14

Cloudy; Snow or snow showers into the afternoon; Sharply colder
Friday

Hi: 33 Lo: 22

Few clouds; Cold for March

Further Out

Saturday - Lots of sun; Milder temperatures; High in the mid 40s; Low in the lower 30s
Sunday - Mostly cloudy; Chance of rain; High in the lower 40s; Low in the mid 30s

Forecast Discussion

A front moved through from the west late Sunday night. Temperatures today will be cool but not cold. The winds diminish this afternoon and become light tonight.

Tuesday, high pressure moving across the Ohio Valley to the Mid-Atlantic banks cold air up against the east side of the Appalachians. The west side of the Appalachians and higher elevations will be warmer with a gusty SW wind. The result tomorrow will be clouds and light rain for much of our region; however, a period of light freezing rain is possible Tuesday at lower elevations near the Blue Ridge. Temperatures surge Tuesday night with light rain or drizzle still possible.

A strong front moves through Wednesday night--a big dividing line! Wednesday will be relatively warm with rain especially in the afternoon and evening. Rain could be heavy at times. Wednesday night and Thursday, temperatures will nosedive. While the timing is still uncertain, a period of freezing rain or a wintry mix is possible late Wednesday night changing to snow or snow showers Thursday morning. Snow will exit by late Thursday. The light Snowman-O-Mometer is for this event. Thursday will be much colder.

Friday and Saturday, high pressure slides east across the Eastern U. S. Both days have plenty of sun. Friday will still be pretty cold. Saturday will be much milder. Sunday, return moisture arrives from the Gulf--clouds increase and rain is possible.

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