Winter storm warning Sunday evening to early Monday morning – Snow accumulation likely throughout area | WJHL
The Storm Team 11 forecast: A winter storm warning will be in effect from 11:00 p.m. this Sunday evening until 10:00 a.m. Monday.
Cloudy skies are forecast for the region with a 90% chance of rain changing to snow after midnight. The low will dip to 28 degrees. Snow will accumulate throughout the region. Snowfall totals will vary from 4 to 8 in parts of the Tri-Cities and parts of Southwest Virginia with higher amounts across the mountains.
A powerful storm system will sweep the area past midnight, which will help create heavy amounts of snow locally until the early hours of the morning. We will keep a cloudy sky until 11:00 am with a risk of light snow. The sky will clear up until Monday afternoon with a high of nearly 36 degrees.
Clear skies are forecast for Monday evening with a cold low of 13 degrees.
Partly cloudy skies are forecast for Tuesday with a high of nearly 45 degrees.
Clear skies are forecast for Tuesday evening with a low of 22 degrees.
Wednesday will be partly cloudy and warmer with a high of 50 degrees.
Our next weather system will bring clouds to the region on Wednesday evening and Thursday with a low of 29 degrees and a high of 43 on Thursday.
We could see light snow late Thursday through Thursday evening with a low of 18 degrees.
Friday will be partly cloudy and cold with a high of 32 degrees.
Rain is back in the forecast for Saturday and Sunday with high temperatures in the mid-40s on Saturday and nearly 50 degrees on Sunday. Low temperatures are around 32 degrees on Saturday evening. The risk of rain is 50% on Saturday and 40% on Sunday.
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