BLUEFIELD (WVVA) - Winter Storm Warnings will begin to expire late Tuesday night as snow begins to lighten and taper off. Snow showers may be heavy at times until midnight and light additional accumulation is expected.
Our focus then shifts to returning cold, with temperatures falling quickly into the teens, then to either side of 0 degrees overnight. At the same time, winds out of the northwest will increase and gusts to 30mph are possible. This has prompted Wind Chill Advisories and Warnings to pop up across the region for Wednesday morning.
Wind chills will fall to 0 degrees tonight and drop to -5 to -15 by morning for many. Pocahontas county higher elevations may see wind chills fall as low as -30 degrees by sunrise.
This cold and snowy weather pattern looks to continue for the Two Virginias through the end of January according to the WVVA Precision Weather Team. Light snow is possible again Thursday, Saturday and Sunday and frigid temperatures linger through next week! Stay up to date with the latest forecast!