My Forecast For Today ( April 1 )
ALERT For Strong Winds ( And Wind Driven Rain ) Continues Overnight Along Mountain Ridges Above 2700 Feet ( Gusts Of 30-40+ MPH ). Locally Strong Gusts Will Be Possible At Lower-Middle Elevations.
Overnight Into This Morning
Showers & thunderstorms. Some storms could be strong. Moderate to heavy rainfall at times. Windy. SSW to SW winds 10 to 25 mph, with higher gusts, along mid-upper elevation ridges & plateaus. Unseasonably mild. Temps widespread in the 50s to around 60 degrees.
Mid-Morning Through This Afternoon
Showers & storms ending. Becoming partly sunny. Winds becoming WSW-WNW at 5-15 mph, with higher gusts. Mild but turning cooler toward sunset. MAX temperatures from the 50s at highest elevations in the High Knob Massif to the middle 60s to lower 70s.
Tonight Into Saturday Morning
Increasing clouds. A chance for rain developing. Turning colder. Winds W-WNW at 5-15 mph, with higher gusts, on middle-upper elevation mountain ridges-plateaus. Temps dropping into lower 30s at the High Knob Massif summit level by morning, with 40s at middle-lower elevations below 2700-3000 feet.
*There is a small chance that rain could mix with or turn to snow at the summit level of the High Knob Massif overnight-Saturday morning as air turns colder. Stay tuned for updates.