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Mainly dry, but chilly and windy into midweek

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Besides a few more flakes at the highest elevations, most have seen the snow come to an end and will remain dry overnight. Otherwise, skies will be partly cloudy and lows will fall into the upper 20s/low 30s. It will still be breezy at times tonight, so wind chills may occasionally dip into the teens. Be careful! Leftover snow/ice/black ice will be possible with temps below freezing through Wednesday AM. Wednesday for most of our area will be partly cloudy with highs in the low 40s. A low pressure system skirting by just to our north will have enough influence over our area for more clouds to build in tomorrow night, and winds will begin to get gusty by tomorrow afternoon. Lows tomorrow night will fall into the 20s and 30s, but because of the wind it may feel much colder.

A WIND ADVISORY is in effect for Greenbrier, Summers, Monroe, Giles, Mercer, Wythe, Bland, and Tazewell counties. Sustained winds in these areas from Wednesday afternoon until early Thursday will be in the 15-25 mph range, with gusts up to 50 mph possible. Strap down the outdoor Christmas decor and prepare for sporadic power outages! Most will stay dry tomorrow night, but light snow showers will be possible north of the I-64 corridor. The higher elevations of Western Greenbrier and Pocahontas counties could see 1-4"+ more inches of snow through early Thursday morning, depending on elevation. We'll dry out and winds will calm down by Thursday afternoon.

Besides a few scattered rain/snow showers on Friday, we look to be cool and mainly dry by this coming weekend. Plenty of sun looks to stick with us into Saturday and Sunday. Stay tuned!

Katherine Thompson

Chief Meteorologist

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