Cold front swings through today providing widespread precipitation for the first part of the day. Most of the area will see rain, but some wintry mix is also possible.
The best chance to see snow/sleet and freezing rain will be in Greenbrier and Pocahontas counties where 2-4 of sleet and snow accumulation is possible with a glaze of ice possible too. A Winter Weather Advisory is active for Greenbrier and Pocahontas counties until 2PM this afternoon.
Need to be aware of slick spots mainly on the bridges and the overpasses if you see any wintry precipitation! Precipitation starts to taper off later this afternoon and into this evening setting us up with a dry night. Clouds will continue to decrease overnight, but the winds will remain gusty. Wind gusts today and tonight will be around 20-25 MPH. Overnight lows will fall into the upper 20s and 30s.
Winds are even stronger for Tuesday with gusts pushing 30+ MPH. Even though we are having a mixed precipitation event for today, this week looks fair with both precipitation and temperatures. High temperatures will be around average for tomorrow in the upper 40s and 50s with Wednesday being the warmest day on our extended forecast. High temperatures for Wednesday will be in the 50s and even the 60s for a few spots!
We are even looking dry throughout much of this work week, so not a bad idea to hit up some trails or take the kids to the park as the weather will be fairly nice. Precipitation chances mainly increase into the weekend, but a few stray showers are possible for Wednesday through Friday.