(WVVA) An area of low pressure will pass to our south on Sunday. Most of the precipitation will be confined to our south, but models are indicating that a streak of light snow will brush our area Sunday morning. This has the potential to cause slippery travel on Sunday morning as temperatures will be in the 20s.
Accumulations at will be light, with half an inch to an inch in most areas, with locally higher amounts possible in higher elevations.
We will see a break in snow shower activity in the Sunday afternoon before more snow showers associated with an arctic cold front move in Sunday evening. Accumulations Sunday night will be mainly across the western slopes where trace up to an inch could fall. 1-2 inches could fall in parts of western Greenbrier and Pocahontas counties. Roads will likely be slippery as temperatures tumble into the lower teens and upper single digits by Monday morning.
Wind chill indices will be below zero early Monday morning and again Monday night and early Tuesday morning. Air temperatures will only warm into the teens on Monday and will dip into the lower and middle single digits Tuesday morning.