Several tastes of Winter on the way…

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Skies will be partly cloudy to start our Thursday, with chilly morning lows in the 30s and 40s. As the day goes on, cloud cover will increase into the afternoon ahead of an incoming frontal system. Rain will begin to develop around sun-down and will continue to roll in overnight. Lows tonight will be in the upper 30s/low 40s. Friday will bring cloudy skies, rounds of rain throughout the day, and temps in the upper 40s as the cold front moves through the area. As the front begins to pull out into Friday night-Saturday, any lingering moisture will turn over to light snow showers late Friday night and into early morning Saturday. Little to no accumulation is expected- with most of the flakes falling across the highest elevations of Western Greenbrier and Pocahontas counties.

We’ll see a dry Saturday afternoon and Veterans’ Day to follow, with plenty of sunshine but cooler high temps in the 30s Saturday and in the 40s Sunday. Another strong system will bring more rain showers by Monday evening, mixing with snow on occasion Monday night and into Tuesday. Crank those heaters into early next week! Stay tuned.

Travis Roberts

Travis Roberts

Chief Meteorologist


WVVA Weather Authority

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