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Current Conditions

  • 17°
  • Clear
  • Wind: North 7 mph
  • Humidity: 44%
  • Visibility: 10.0 miles
  • Dew Point: -2°
  • Pressure: 30.47 in. +
  • Heat Index: 7

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5 Day Forecast

  • Sunday
  • Clear
  • High: 31 °
  • Low: 18 °
  • Clear
  • Monday
  • Rain
  • High: 47 °
  • Low: 40 °
  • Rain
  • Tuesday
  • Rain
  • High: 58 °
  • Low: 36 °
  • Rain
  • Wednesday
  • Partly Cloudy
  • High: 58 °
  • Low: 32 °
  • Partly Cloudy
  • Thursday
  • Clear
  • High: 50 °
  • Low: 26 °
  • Clear

Forecast for Ahoskie, North Carolina

Updated: 10:19 PM EST on February 13, 2016

  • Tonight

    Clear. Lows around 10 above. Northwest winds 5 to 10 mph. Gusts up to 20 mph this evening.

  • Sunday

    Sunny in the morning...then becoming partly sunny. Highs around 30. North winds 5 to 10 mph.

  • Sunday Night

    Mostly cloudy. A slight chance of snow after midnight. A chance of snow late. Cold with lows around 19. East winds around 5 mph. Chance of snow 40 percent.

  • Washingtons Birthday

    Cloudy. Sleet likely...a chance of snow and rain in the morning...then rain likely in the afternoon. Little or no snow accumulation. Warmer with highs in the mid 40s. Southeast winds around 5 mph. Chance of precipitation 70 percent.

  • Monday Night

    Rain. Warmer with lows in the lower 40s. South winds 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 90 percent.

  • Tuesday

    Mostly cloudy with rain in the morning...then partly sunny in the afternoon. Highs in the upper 50s. Chance of rain 90 percent.

  • Tuesday Night

    Partly cloudy. Lows in the mid 30s.

  • Wednesday

    Mostly sunny. Highs in the mid 50s.

  • Wednesday Night

    Mostly clear. Lows in the lower 30s.

  • Thursday

    Mostly sunny. Highs in the upper 40s.

  • Thursday Night

    Mostly clear. Lows around 30.

  • Friday

    Mostly sunny. Highs in the mid 50s.

  • Friday Night

    Partly cloudy. Lows in the lower 40s.

  • Saturday

    Partly sunny. Highs in the lower 60s.

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Location: Vaughantown, Murfreesboro, NC

Updated: 2:58 AM EST

Temperature: 14.7 °F Dew Point: -1 °F Humidity: 49% Wind: WNW at 2.2 mph Pressure: 30.39 in Hourly Precipitation: - Windchill: 15 °F Graphs

Location: Murfreesboro, Murfreesboro, NC

Updated: 2:56 AM EST

Temperature: 16.5 °F Dew Point: 1 °F Humidity: 50% Wind: NE at 1.7 mph Pressure: 30.45 in Hourly Precipitation: - Windchill: 16 °F Graphs

Location: Ashley's Grove, Conway, NC

Updated: 2:58 AM EST

Temperature: 16.8 °F Dew Point: - Humidity: 47% Wind: North at 2.0 mph Pressure: 30.41 in Hourly Precipitation: 0.00 in Windchill: 17 °F Graphs

Location: Conway - 35S, Conway, NC

Updated: 12:51 AM EST

Temperature: 18.6 °F Dew Point: -1 °F Humidity: 41% Wind: North at 4.0 mph Pressure: 30.44 in Hourly Precipitation: 0.00 in Windchill: 13 °F Graphs

Location: Gates County EOC, Gatesville, NC

Updated: 2:58 AM EST

Temperature: 17.2 °F Dew Point: -8 °F Humidity: 31% Wind: NNE at 5.1 mph Pressure: 30.33 in Hourly Precipitation: 0.00 in Windchill: 10 °F Graphs

Location: RAWS, Windsor, NC

Updated: 2:17 AM EST

Temperature: 18 °F Dew Point: 1 °F Humidity: 47% Wind: NNE at 3 mph Pressure: 30.70 in Hourly Precipitation: 0.00 in Windchill: 18 °F Graphs

Location: Silver Springs Rd., Sunbury, NC

Updated: 2:48 AM EST

Temperature: 16.0 °F Dew Point: 1 °F Humidity: 50% Wind: WNW at 3.2 mph Pressure: 30.24 in Hourly Precipitation: - Windchill: 11 °F Graphs

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NWS Forecaster Discussion




Area forecast discussion 
National Weather Service Wakefield Virginia 
1249 am EST sun Feb 14 2016 


Synopsis... 
Arctic high pressure builds across the region through tonight...then 
moves off the middle Atlantic coast late Sunday. Low pressure over 
the deep south Monday...tracks northeast across the middle Atlantic 
region Monday night into Tuesday. 


&& 


Near term /until 6 am this morning/... 
Arctic high pressure covering much of the western Great Lakes and 
Ohio Valley region this evening with a surface trough over the NE 
states into New England. Cold night underway across the region with 
breezy conditions continuing across NE portions of the County Warning Area (though 
winds are diminishing to some extent). Clear skies prevail for all 
zones with the exception of the Eastern Shore where scattered/broken cumulus persist 
due to cold air moving over the Bay. Temperatures are mainly in 
the upper teens to lower 20s resulting in wind chills raging from 
5 to 15 above zero for most. 


Made only a few minor changes to the forecast...some lingering 
clouds across the Eastern Shore through 06z...otherwise sky clear overnight. Surface hi 
pressure continues to build into the region from the west-northwest. Winds quicker to 
diminish inland than at the CST. Low temperatures mainly in the single 
digits to middle/upper teens. Wind chill adsy remaining in place for Northern 
Neck Virginia to the Eastern Shore for wind chills falling to zero to around 5 
below zero. Lowest wind chills elsewhere to fall to 0 to 5 above 
overnight. 


&& 


Short term /6 am this morning through Tuesday/... 
near 1035mb Arctic hi pressure to be over the region sun. Winds will be 
lighter than today. Starting out very cold. Next low pressure system will be 
tracking southeast through the Midwest sun...spreading at least hi level 
moisture to the mountains (and ptntlly this far e) during the aftn/eve. 
Despite mainly sunny conds...temperatures will struggle to rise above the 
l-m20s near the CST and M-u20s inland. 


Surface hi pressure shifts off the CST and toward new eng Sun night. Next system 
from the west-northwest pushes moisture over the mountains...reaching at least central 
portions of the local area after mdngt. Thermal profiles cold enough 
for ptype as snow most places in forecast area through early-middle morning Monday. 
Models (gfs less aggressive/slower than the nam) showing warm air 
push northward above the surface layer beginning from 12-18z/15...initially across 
NE NC-far southern Virginia...then points north by lt Monday afternoon/Monday evening. Given 
how cold the air is initially...and snow ratios upwards of 
15:1...expecting a general 1-4" snow accumulate across central/interior southern Virginia...a 
trace-1" possible all the way to the CST...W/ possible exception across coastal 
NE NC. Transition of snow to (a short period of?) Ice pellets...then freezing rain/rain is 
difficult to time (for any particular location) at this time...especially along-west 
of I 95 where the shallow cold air will remain stubborn and tough to 
dislodge quickly. Keeping temperatures at or below 32f for most of the Piedmont 
in central Virginia through 00-03z/16. Total ice accumulations of up to a 
tenth or two possible west of I 95...greatest along-west of a fvx-lku line. 
Rain...possibly MDT-hvy...expected to eventually win out over most of the 
area Monday afternoon through Monday evening...then continue into Tuesday morning. There 
could be a few lingering pockets of freezing rain across portions of 
Louisa/Fluvanna counties into the overnight hours Monday night. Low temperatures Sun 
night from the middle- upper teens to l20s...though tending to slowly rise 
late. Hi temperatures expected lt in the day Monday...ranging from the l30s northwest of 
ric to around 50f in southeast Virginia/NE NC. Temperatures Monday night steady or rising. 


Winter Storm Watch has been issued for areas of central/scntrl Virginia 
due to combo of snow/ice accums resulting in a possible high impact 
event. The morning commute across many areas look to be impacted due 
to snow...though at this time aprs highest probability for that would be across 
central/interior southern Virginia-far interior NE NC. 


By Tuesday afternoon...precipitation expected to quickly exit and at least partial clearing 
forecast to occur. Hi temperatures Tuesday from the around 50f well inland to around 
60s in southeast Virginia/NE NC. 


&& 


Long term /Tuesday night through Saturday/... 
shortwave trough will clip the area late Tuesday night into Wednesday 
morning with a chance of rain or snow across the northern tier 
counties. Dry and mild Wednesday under west-northwest flow with highs in the 
upper 40s to middle 50s. A cold front tracks across the area Wednesday 
night...followed by Canadian high pressure Thursday. This should 
push temperatures below normal...but within -1 St dev. A moderating 
trend commences late week as high pressure moves offshore and low 
pressure tracks through the Great Lakes. Another cold front may move 
across the area late Friday into next Saturday for a chance of 
rain. 


&& 


Aviation /06z Sunday through Thursday/... 
breezy north winds with gusts of 15-25kt will prevail through this 
morning from western ches Bay to the Atlantic coast while inland winds 
average 6kt or less. Winds along the coast will diminish during 
the afternoon as Arctic high pressure moves directly overhead...causing 
the tighter temperature/pressure gradient to be pushed well offshore. 


Focus then turns to the next complex weather system moving into 
the middle Atlantic region late Sunday night from the SW-W. Plenty 
of cold air in place for precipitation to begin as all snow late Sunday 
night into early Monday morning for all taf sites. However...a 
deepening low moving in from the SW is expected to pull warmer air 
into the region. This will likely result in a wintry mix of 
snow/sleet/freezing rain across central Virginia (primarily impacting kric) 
and a changeover to all rain across far southeast Virginia/NE NC. Surface low 
tracks across WV and warming temperatures will allow all precipitation to 
transition to moderate to heavy rainfall Monday night. Ceiling/visible 
restrictions begin as MVFR Sunday night but will quickly drop to 
IFR by Monday morning and are anticipated to maintain IFR (and 
possibly lifr) ceilings/visible through at least Tuesday afternoon before 
conditions start to improve. A break in precipitation and flight 
restrictions is anticipated Tuesday night but could be 
short-lived. Another weather disturbance skirts across central Virginia 
to the Maryland lower Eastern Shore late Tuesday night into Wednesday 
morning...likely bringing light snow showers across the area and 
possibly impacting kric and ksby. 


&& 


Marine... 
7 PM update...lowered Gale Warning in the Bay north of New Point 
Comfort to a Small Craft Advisory. Gale Warning continues north of 
Parramore Island in the coastal waters. Elsewhere...Small Craft Advisory remains. 


Previous discussion... 
a freezing spray advisory remains in effect through Sunday morning 
for the Bay and coastal waters. 


Trends in wind speeds have been in a general decline over the past 
few hours...especially across the Lower Bay and southern coastal 
waters. Therefore...have dropped the gale warnings for these areas 
and replaced with small craft advisories (south of Smith Point and 
south of Cape Charles respectively). Winds will gradually subside 
into this evening for the remainder of the Bay and should be able to 
drop Gale Warning by midnight. If similar trends in wind speeds 
occur over the northern coastal waters tonight then may be able to 
drop the gale warming early...however opted to leave it in place 
through Sun morning for now and can re-evaluate this evening. Once 
gales come down...will need to replace with small craft advisories. 
Seas remain elevated into Sun afternoon. Current sca's for the Lower 
Bay/rivers/sound go through Sun morning. 


Winds stay fairly light through Sun night and early Monday from the east- 
southeast as Arctic high pressure over the waters slides offshore. Another 
low pressure system approaches from the SW late Monday night and is 
expected to track NE across the area on Tuesday. This will allow for a 
modestly strong south-southeast winds of 20-25kt to develop with building seas 
to 5-9ft and waves to 3-4ft (up to 5ft in the mouth of ches bay). 
Small Craft Advisory winds anticipated Monday night through Tuesday...with seas remaining 
elevated through at least late Wednesday due to a less potent system 
pushing across northern Virginia Wednesday morning. 


&& 


Tides/coastal flooding... 
water levels remain low...but no low water advisory necessary for 
akq waters with min levels generally to around -0.5 feet MLLW at low 
tide. 


&& 


Akq watches/warnings/advisories... 
Maryland...Wind Chill Advisory until 10 am EST this morning for 
mdz021>025. 
NC...none. 
Virginia...Winter Storm Watch from late tonight through Monday evening 
for vaz048-060>062-064>069-509>511-513-515. 
Wind Chill Advisory until 10 am EST this morning for 
vaz075>078-085-099-521-522. 
Marine...freezing spray advisory until 10 am EST this morning for 
anz630>632-634-650-652-654-656-658. 
Gale Warning until 10 am EST this morning for anz650-652-654. 
Small Craft Advisory until 6 PM EST this evening for anz656- 
658. 
Small Craft Advisory until 10 am EST this morning for 
anz630>638. 


&& 


$$ 
Synopsis...alb 
near term...alb/lkb 
short term...alb 
long term...jdm 
aviation...bmd 
marine...jdm/lsa 
tides/coastal flooding...akq 






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