Today was mild and Thursday should be just a tad milder, both are certainly the mildest in recent memory. A strong cold front moves through Friday setting the stage for an impressively colder weekend.
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The only feature barely worth writing about is an upper disturbance passing over the Southeast sending some extra clouds over the region tonight. Friday through the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday is busy.
A potent cold front blasts through Friday followed by successive pieces of upper level energy prompting various waves of light snow in a cold northwest flow. Friday is cloudy with rain/snow mix developing early afternoon, likely remaining all snow at the highest elevations.
However, accumulations will favor the western half of the region closer to the TN border and the higher mountaintops where a couple/few inches is possible. Further east towards the Blue Ridge it will be much less, closer to dusting level stuff.
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