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     Our Thursday has been a warm and mostly dry one so far. That will change dramatically overnight as a strong cold front blasts into the region.

     Expect scattered showers and possibly even a few thundershowers after sunset. The cold front likely moves through the mountains by midnight, and through Asheville shortly thereafter, with the Foothills and Upstate last in line.

     Temperatures will drop into the 30s and 40s by daybreak tomorrow, and only warm into the upper 40s by afternoon, before cooling back into the 20s Friday night!

     Some mountain snowflakes will fly, mostly near and along the Tennessee border, with minor accumulations expected by Saturday morning. A strong NW'ly wind will create more snows over higher elevations through Saturday. Up to 1" is possible above 3,500' closer to the TN/NC line. Expect flurries at best elsewhere with little if any accumulation.

     We'll only manage highs in the 40s Saturday with another hard freeze at night. Temperatures will start in the lower to middle 20s Sunday morning around Western North Carolina!

     Sunshine will help the warming trend begin Sunday with highs returning at least to the mid 50s for most mountain valleys.

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     Jason Boyer

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