High pressure centered to our northwest will keep chilly northwesterly winds headed in our direction overnight. Besides a few lingering flurries across the high elevations N of I-64, most will see skies clear overnight, but it will be a cold one! Lows for most will dip into the teens overnight, though some single digits could pop up in spots, especially in those deeper sheltered valleys. BLACK ICE will still be a hazard on the roads tonight. Please be careful!
Saturday will bring plenty of sunshine, and as high pressure begins to shift east, we'll see more of a southerly wind flow return in time for the weekend. Highs Saturday should be seasonable, generally in the low 40s. We look partly cloudy and chilly Saturday night with lows in the upper 20s/low 30s. Sunday will bring even milder weather, with highs in the upper 40s/low 50s and a mixture of sun and clouds.
A weak frontal system could bring a few isolated rain and snow showers Sunday evening into early Monday, but not everyone will see precip. A better chance of wider-spread rain, occasionally mixing with snow looks likely by Tuesday into Wednesday of next week as a stronger system heads our way. Once again, deep southerly flow ahead of this system into early next week should bring more above-average temps....highs could be approaching 60 degrees F again by Tuesday afternoon. Stay tuned!