A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY is in effect for eastern Greenbrier and Monroe counties until 10:00 AM Monday.
Have the raincoats ready and be careful driving early! A warm front lifting through the area will continue to bring cold rain showers, along with a little ice east of I-77 through the morning hours. Though temps will gradually warm out of the 30s and into the 40s by this afternoon, there could be enough cold air early, especially on bridges/overpasses and untreated surfaces, so see some slick areas on the roads. By this afternoon, rain will lighten up and become spotty, but we will remain cloudy with areas of fog and drizzle.
A cold front will then move toward the area into Tuesday. Rains showers will re-develop overnight, and some patchy freezing rain/sleet may stlll occur north of the I-64 corridor. Lows tonight will fall into the upper 30s for most. Temps will push into the upper 40s/low 50s by tomorrow afternoon, and rounds of rain will be likely throughout the day. With the heavy rain on top of an already soggy ground, flooding issues could arise through early-midweek. Wednesday and Thursday (Valentine’s Day) look drier with some sunshine, but another front will bring the chance of rain-to-snow showers Friday-Friday night. Stay tuned!