While we won’t be quite as bitter cold as we were last night, low temperatures will still be cold enough, dipping into the 20s and upper teens through Thursday morning. Skies will be clear with a light southeasterly wind, so patchy frost is likely overnight, especially in the sheltered valleys. Patches of black ice and/or snow will still be possible tonight-tomorrow AM, especially on untreated roads. High pressure will remain in control of our weather pattern through late week, bringing us tranquil weather for a while. Tomorrow will be sunny, but still cooler than normal with highs in the mid to upper 40s. As a system riding up the SE US coastline approaches the Carolinas, we could see a sprinkle or a few flurries tomorrow night south of HWY 460, but most will stay dry with just a lot of cloud cover as this system misses us overall. Thursday night, lows will be in the upper 20s and low 30s.
Our weather pattern will remain cool for this time of year, but stagnant and quiet through early next week. We look to see plenty of sunshine with highs in the 40s and lows in the 20s and 30s tomorrow through at least Sunday. As of now, no major storm system is on the horizon, but we could see the chance for isolated rain/snow rise by late week next week. Stay tuned!