A chilly weekend ahead; rain/snow returns Sunday

Another frontal system to move in soon
Published: Jan. 20, 2023 at 5:56 PM EST
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A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY is in effect for NW Pocahontas County until 1 AM Saturday morning.

WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY
WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY(WVVA WEATHER)

As high pressure starts to take control, we’ll continue to dry out tonight. Any flakes/flurries should gradually come to and end through Saturday AM, and skies should clear through Saturday afternoon.

HIGH PRESSURE MOVING IN
HIGH PRESSURE MOVING IN(WVVA WEATHER)

We’ll still be breezy tonight and tomorrow, but not as gusty as we were today. Low temps overnight will fall into the 20s and teens.

OVERNIGHT
OVERNIGHT(WVVA WEATHER)

High temps Saturday will top off in the upper 30s-low 40s. Saturday night, cloud cover will begin to increase again out ahead of our next approaching low-pressure system. Low temps should be in the 20s and 30s.

SATURDAY FORECAST
SATURDAY FORECAST(WVVA WEATHER)

Sunday will bring on and off cold rain throughout the day, with occasional snow/ice mixed in from time to time. That wintry mix looks to change to mainly all-snow late Sunday night-Monday AM.

WINTRY MIX
WINTRY MIX(WVVA WEATHER)

For now, accumulations are looking minor at best, but with an inch or two of the white stuff possible across our western slopes, slick road conditions could arise into early next week.

MODEL SNOW DATA
MODEL SNOW DATA(WVVA WEATHER)

Next week is looking chilly and unsettled at a glance, with multiple shots of rain/snow. Stay tuned!

CHANCE OF PRECIP
CHANCE OF PRECIP(WVVA WEATHER)

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