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Happy Friday everyone!

Clouds have thickened once again across the region. There will be a few showers developing late tonight, but no widespread rainfall expected and Asheville's rain chances are only 30%. Some wet snow will fall over the higher elevations early-Saturday, but accumulations will be minor and limited to above 3,500 feet. What falls will likely melt by end of day. Valleys will continue with the threat for rain showers through about noon Saturday.

Sunday will be drier and with more sunshine, milder. Highs should only warm into the upper 40s in Asheville Saturday, but lower 50s expected Sunday. Clouds will be on the increase once again by late-afternoon Sunday. Rain will develop overnight into Monday. Rain showers will be likely into Monday early-afternoon before ending west to east. Monday's highs likely reach the upper 40s once again.

Tuesday of next week will be milder, with highs in the lower 50s for many. Christmas Eve brings more unsettled weather with rain showers and some mountain snow. Windy and colder by then. Christmas Day is dry but gusty and cold.

Have a great weekend!

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Jason Boyer



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