Mainly quiet through Saturday…heavier snow still possible Sunday

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Grab the coats and drive safely! With temps well below freezing, in the 20s and teens this morning, patchy black ice will be possible this AM. More sunshine will emerge into the afternoon and highs will reach the upper 30s/low 40s. A weak cold front will push into the area overnight tonight, bringing a few scattered snow showers into early Friday morning, but little to no accumulation is expected. Friday afternoon and most of Saturday look partly cloudy and dry with chilly highs in the 30s.

A system will begin to approach us out of the Gulf of Mexico by Saturday evening. When the system first approaches us, it may be a mixture of ice and rain, changing to all snow into Sunday and lasting through Monday morning. Large uncertainty still exists about this system. Forecast model guidance is now split this morning on putting the heaviest snow down across our area (American model), or instead further to our south across the Virginia Highlands and NC High Country (European model).  As of now, Bluefield and areas south will experience the heaviest snowfall- but this could still change. Stay tuned as we continue to track this potential Winter Storm and more short-range data comes in.

Katherine Thompson

Katherine Thompson

Weekday AM & Noon Meteorologist

Crime

WVVA Weather Authority

Bland
26°
Hinton
22°
Wytheville
33°
Lewisburg
28°
Welch
31°
Grundy
27°
Fayetteville
32°
Union
18°
Marlinton
31°
Snow ends today, but slick travel continues

Snow ends today, but slick travel continues

Snow will be coming to an end this morning as the moisture associated with the wintry weather over the weekend

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