(WVVA) A cold northwest flow will cause scattered snow showers and flurries Friday night and early Saturday. Most areas will see little to no accumulation, with up to an inch possible at higher elevations- (especially in western Greenbrier County) by Saturday morning. Windy conditions are expected, with a northwest wind 15-25 mph, gusting 40-50 mph through Saturday morning. A Wind Advisory is in effect for Mercer, Tazewell, Bland, Giles and Wythe counties through 11:00 a.m. Saturday for gusts up to 50 mph.
Flurries will taper off Saturday and skies will clear with highs in the 40s. Dry weather continues on Sunday with highs in the 40s once again. A few snow showers are possible late Sunday night and early Monday morning. Dry weather returns Monday afternoon through Wednesday, with our next chance of rain and snow taking shape on Thursday. Highs will be below normal much of next week. We’ll be in the 40s Monday and Tuesday and in the lower 50s Wednesday and Thursday.