Cool Saturday, some snowflakes on Sunday



The rest of our Saturday evening remained partly cloudy, dry and cool with temperatures between 30 and 40 degrees. We will see partially cloudy conditions persist overnight with temperatures plunging to the low 30s.

Your forecast for Saturday night.

For our Sunday, we expect partly cloudy and dry conditions for the lowland areas as well as the southeastern counties and our southwestern counties of Virginia as well. Sunday highs will be between the low to mid-1940s, with lows falling to the low in the mid-20s. Winds of 10 to 15 mph will persist throughout the day into the evening, with gusts of about 20 mph. It’s not the best day to put out the holiday decorations! A rapidly moving area of ​​low pressure will bring snow showers to the western high slopes of Greenbrier and Pocahontas counties from Sunday afternoon and evening, with accumulation until Monday morning in the range 1 to 2.5. This will be enough to facilitate travel, and everyone should watch out for icy spots on Monday morning.

Last Predictor look with this upstream snow signal for Sunday evening.

On Monday our weak low receded quickly leaving a few persistent flurries upstream in western Greenbrier and Pocahontas. The rest of us should start to clear and see some sun, but we will stay cool enough in the 30s for the peaks.

Tuesday promises to be clear and calm. The sun will melt any leftover morning ice and any snow if it survives Monday. Highs will hit low in the mid-1940s, an improvement from the day before at least.

Wednesday, we continue to warm up. The highs in the 40s and lows that stay at or above the freezing point will provide some relief from the frosty mornings we’ve been dealing with all week. The sun will also be there all day.

Thursday we continue our warming trend and finish near average as we continue into December. Overall we look dry and sunny a weak cold front should pass which will bring some clouds but other than that it will have little impact. Highs in the upper 40s and low 50s with some possible southwesterly gusts.

Friday seems to bring a chance of rain showers to both Virgins, with temperatures in the mid-1950s.

In the extended forecast, there is still a chance that the weather will be unstable. Usually looking like rain showers at the moment as we seem to stay pretty mild during this time. We’ll update this as the pieces come together!

Your latest 10 day forecast. No leftovers!

As a reminder, the Fall Burn Ban is in effect until December 31. Take the time to remember the rules and be sure to use common sense this fall.

Partly cloudy and dry. From the lows in the upper 20s to the lower 30s.
Partly cloudy beginning, late rain / snow showers. Highs in the 1930s and 1940s.
Morning flurries are possible. Highs in the 1930s.
Quite sunny. Highs in the 1940s.
Dry air. Highs in the 1940s.
Mostly sunny and windy. Highs in the 40s above to 50s below.
Usually clear. Highs between the low and the mid-1950s.
A little rain is possible. Peaks in the 1950s.
Rather cloudy. Peaks in the 1950s.
Partly cloudy and windy. Peaks in the 1950s.
The unstable air. Highs in the 1930s.


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