We have been battling several waves of low pressure throughout the last few days, which have brought us our fair share of snow showers.
We are mainly quiet this afternoon, with a few isolated snow flurries here and there. It is brisk/cold day out there and it will remain that way into the overnight hours.
Temperatures will fall into the 20s tonight, but the windy conditions will make it feel like the teens in most spots. We are tracking another wave of low pressure that will push into the viewing area tonight, allowing for more scattered snow showers to develop.
Tonight's scattered snow showers will be mainly confined to the western slopes and along the ridgeline.
Snowfall accumulation looks slim to none across the lower elevations, with the highest elevations and the ridgeline seeing roughly an inch or so of snowfall possible.
Nevertheless, give yourself extra time in your travels tonight and through Tuesday, as there will be slick spots and the possibility of black ice in some spots. Especially along the highest elevations and in spots where we have seen a lot of snow melting.
Tuesday will feature scattered snow showers and windy conditions throughout the day. There is a possibility of rain and freezing rain mixing in with the snow by Tuesday afternoon. As temperatures will slowly warm into the low-mid 30s.
We will be a tad unsettled through mid and late week as well. Tune in tonight at 5,6 and 11 on WVVA-NBC and at 10 on the CW for a full look at your 10-day forecast.