A FROST ADVISORY has been issued Greenbrier, Summers, Monroe, Mercer, Giles, Bland, Tazewell and Wythe counties from 2 AM to 9 PM.
Due to last night's extensive frost and freeze across the western slopes, the growing season is considered to be over for our western slope facing counties. Which means that frost advisories/freeze warnings will no longer be issued for for Buchanan, McDowell, Wyoming, Raleigh, Fayette and Pocahontas counties.
Overnight, temperatures will fall into the upper 30s and low 40s, as mostly clear skies and calm winds will aid is cooling us down quickly. We will be a little bit warmer than Friday night, but frost will still be a possibility, especially across any sheltered valleys.
Sunday will bring abundant sunshine, with high pressure still spreading over the region. We might see a few clouds try to trickle into the forecast into the afternoon and evening, but we will stay dry for the second half of the weekend. High temperatures might actually get to the 60s for most on Sunday.
We should get a break from the frost into Sunday night, as temperatures should hold in the 40s, with a few more clouds getting the credit for that.
We will see a slim chance of rain into Monday and Tuesday, but the big story will be what happens to our temperatures. Are they on the rise or are we cooling back down? Details tonight at 6 and 11 on WVVA News.