(WVVA) Winter Weather Advisories have been allowed to expire, but slick roads will stick around through Saturday. Light snow showers will continue off and on with additional daytime accumulation of up to an inch possible. There could be locally higher totals in western Greenbrier and northwest Pocahontas counties. Temperatures today will only climb into the lower 20s with strong northwest winds, wind chills will be near zero at times.
A Wind Chill Advisory is in effect for western Greenbrier and northwest Pocahontas counties through 10am Sunday. Expect wind chills to range from 10 above zero to 10 below zero, with 15 below zero possible at elevations above 3000ft in Pocahontas County.
We look drier but still chilly to start next week. A weak clipper system may also bring us light snow into Tuesday and Wednesday. Long range models indicate that the deep cold will retreat by the end of next week.