Overnight30 ° Wind: NW 15-25 mph, diminishing Becoming clear with a hard freeze Activity Meter: 2
Overnight30 ° Wind: SE 5-10 mph Clear & chilly; Valley frost/freeze likely Activity Meter: 3
Wednesday, April 16 in Asheville (BRP)
It’s a clear and very cold mid-April morning around western North Carolina, with lows running around 15-degrees below normal. Skies will be bright and sunny today, but more frost is likely late tonight and early Thursday, particularly in the valleys. Temperatures will moderate going into next weekend, however, as mostly quiet weather continues.
Last updated on 04/15/14 at 6AM by Eric
Daytime59 ° Sunny & still cool Activity Meter: 3
Overnight37 ° More clouds; Patchy valley frost late at night Activity Meter: 3
Daytime61 ° Mix of clouds & sun Activity Meter: 4
Overnight43 ° Partly or mostly cloudy Activity Meter: 4
Daytime67 ° Early clouds, then becoming mostly sunny; Nice Activity Meter: 4
Overnight45 ° A few clouds Activity Meter: 4
Daytime67 ° Scattered clouds; Rather pleasant Activity Meter: 4
Overnight47 ° Partly cloudy Activity Meter: 4
Daytime65 ° Becoming mostly cloudy with a chance for PM showers Activity Meter: 3
Overnight50 ° Cloudy with showers possible Activity Meter: 3
After an unseasonably cold start to the day, Canadian high pressure will ensure a bright, sunny, but very cool Wednesday. Under clear skies tonight, another frosty sunrise is expected for your Thursday.
Temperatures will moderate thereafter, although scattered valley frost will again be possible at daybreak Friday. A weak weather system will spread more clouds in by Friday or Friday night, but no measurable rainfall is expected. In fact, the weekend looks quite nice as temperatures moderate closer to normal along with a good portion of sunshine. Another weather system will bring a little bit better chance for rain by late Monday or Monday night.