ROANOKE, VA (WDBJ7) – Our active weather pattern will pick up again Sunday with repeated chances of rain and wintry weather over the course of the next week.
WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY SUNDAY FOR HIGHER ELEVATIONS
– Grayson, Bland, Carroll, Floyd, Giles, Montgomery, Pulaski, Roanoke, Wythe, and Greenbrier Counties will go under a WWA beginning Sunday morning.
Another round of rain and wintry mix will enter early Sunday morning. Once again, the roads will likely be above freezing, so travel impacts will be minimal. A pocket of sleet is again possible early on before switching over to freezing rain late in the morning. Higher elevations will feel the impacts more than others from the ice. As temps gradually (and slowly) warm above freezing in the afternoon most areas should see all rain. A glaze to a 1/10″ of ice will be possible.
Some lingering AM showers. otherwise partly cloudy skies with our highs on Monday climbing into the lower 50s.
After the weekend, our focus turns to the Tuesday/Wednesday forecast. A southern storm will slide into existing cold air with the potential for a the storm to begin as light snow for some. This has the potential to be a significant event so keep an eye out for updates on this one.
Next week is looking VERY wet with the potential for 2-4″ of rain in the next 7 days. Flooding will be possible as the week goes on.
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