As I've posted before in a couple of other inquiries, the family and I will be in Ashville from March 22-26 for a vacation. We are trying to get a handle on what the weather is going to be like. I'm aware from searching the posts here that the weather is ever-changeable up there. It does appear that there may be some rain that weekend, but we don't care, we just want to get out of OUR city and come to YOUR city, and we'll have a good time and make the best of it, LOL!
The only thing we are concerned about is doing the Biltmore on the day with the least rain possibilities, so that we can really wander around the grounds and see the place (my wife and I were there last year, on a day in May when it wasn't just unseasonably hot but the humidity was monsoon-like, and quite frankly we were miserable and weren't up to really checking everything out, pretty much wilted walking down to the greenhouse). That's a priority because we want to buy our tickets 7 days out to get the discount.
I've checked all of the national weather sites (Accuweather, Weather Channel, Weather Underground, etc.) for extended forecasts ... and so help me, their forecasts for Asheville are so blasted different they might as well be talking about three completely different cities in different hemispheres.
I've checked the TV stations there and the weather parts of their websites aren't that hot, plus they only have seven-day extended forecasts. Where I'm at, we have a lot of local meteorological blogs and websites where people offer a lot better and more local-specific weather info that you can get from other sources. Anything like that in the Asheville area that I might could consult to get better weather info?
I know it's a gamble and forecasts change, as noted we're coming and we'll have fun even if there's a deluge, we're just trying to pin down when to order Biltmore tickets for and I've got to do that pretty soon. Thanks!