(WVVA) Snow accumulation by Friday morning will range from 1 to 4 inches, with the higher amounts possible in western Greenbrier, southeast Fayette and Raleigh counties, northwest Mercer County and eastern Tazewell County.
Snow showers will come to an end Friday morning and colder air will be moving into the area. Highs on Friday will stay in the 20s. Saturday will be dry with highs in the 30s with increasing clouds. Be careful well into Friday evening, as slick roads will remain possible with temperatures falling into the teens and single digits!
An area of low pressure is expected to develop to our southwest and move northeast toward our area. Precipitation is likely for Sunday, but the exact track of the low will determine what type of precipitation we see. For now, it appears we'll see snow to start out on Sunday that will transition over to a wintry mix and rain. Cold air will wrap in behind this system, changing everything back to snow showers. Stay tuned all week for more updates on what will likely be a very tricky forecast.