Wednesday Evening Futurecast (3/21/18)

A storm system off the East Coast continues to impact the Western Carolinas, cold air is being funneled into the region on gusty northwest winds. Snow showers from earlier today have tapered off to a few flurries or sprinkles based on your specific location. Temperatures as of late afternoon are in the low 40’s on average. A Winter Weather Advisory continues for Burke, Caldwelll and McDowell (Mountains) until 8 am tomorrow morning. Areas including Little Switzerland, Globe and Jonas Ridge could see a minor accumulation of snowfall tonight.





6pm: A few sprinkles or flurries may continue at this point with other locations cloudy. Temperatures will be in the low 40’s on average.





9 pm: Precipitation should begin to end across the lower elevation with a few breaks in the clouds. However NW sections may continue to see a few snow flurries as northwest flow continues. Snowfall will continue in parts of the High Country. Temperatures will be in the upper 30’s




Midnight: Mostly Cloudy skies with breezy conditions, snow winding down in the mountains, Temperatures dropping down into the mid to upper 30’s




Have a great evening!



Daniel Crawley

Foothills Weather Network