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Wind: Calm
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Activity Meter: Driving

Today's Forecast

Sunday

Overnight

Cloudy; Light snow likely
21°

Wind: NNE 5-15 mph

Activity Meter: 0

Cloudy; Light snow likely

Monday

Daytime

Light snow ending early; Decreasing cloudiness
34°

Wind: North 5-10 mph

Activity Meter: 1

Light snow ending early; Decreasing cloudiness

Snow Day

Snow continues tonight before tapering off. Accumulations of 10-15 inches have been commonplace throughout southern Virginia, with lesser amounts north of Roanoke. An additional 1 to 3 inches is possible tonight. Click here for our Snow Accumulation Forecast Map. Light snow ends early Monday followed by decreasing clouds. It's quiet though midweek with rain possible by Thursday night through the first half of the weekend.

The 2019 Blue Ridge Parkway Calendar is in stock featuring winners from our yearly photo contest. Get your at RaysMarketplace.Com, or from one of the many local retailers. This year's feature is Waterfalls along the Parkway. Enjoy!

7-Day Forecast

Monday

Overnight

Partly cloudy; Cold
17°

Wind: Light NW

Activity Meter: 1

Partly cloudy; Cold

Tuesday

Daytime

Partly cloudy; Not as cold; A slow melting day
36°

Wind: NW 5-15 mph

Activity Meter: 2

Partly cloudy; Not as cold; A slow melting day

 

Overnight

Scattered clouds
18°

Wind: NW light

Activity Meter: 2

Scattered clouds

Wednesday

Daytime

Mostly sunny; Some good melting
36°

Activity Meter: 2

Mostly sunny; Some good melting

 

Overnight

Scattered clouds; Not as cold
25°

Activity Meter: 2

Scattered clouds; Not as cold

Thursday

Daytime

Mostly cloudy
37°

Activity Meter: 2

Mostly cloudy

 

Overnight

Cloudy with rain
31°

Activity Meter: 2

Cloudy with rain

Friday

Daytime

Overcast & Rain Showers
42°

Activity Meter: 1

Overcast & Rain Showers

 

Overnight

Overcast & Rain Showers
35°

Activity Meter: 1

Overcast & Rain Showers

Saturday

Daytime

Mostly Cloudy; Rain possible
45°

Activity Meter: 2

Mostly Cloudy; Rain possible

 

Overnight

Mostly Cloudy
29°

Activity Meter: 2

Mostly Cloudy

Discussion

Snow Day

Low pressure near the Outer Banks is heading eastward, and the cold high pressure centered over the northern Mid-Atlantic states is still supplying the cold air. A trailing upper level disturbance will keep light snow going overnight and Monday morning as this impressive event finally draws to a conclusion. An additional 1 to 3 inches tonight may provide the icing on the cake.

Cool high pressure builds in for Tuesday and Wednesday. It's dry at least and the melting begins in earnest.

We have another system moving to our area by Thursday night. This one will have more warm air so we wont be looking at another snow event. Clouds increase Thursday, showers possible by Thursday night with showers likely on Friday then lingering into Saturday.

Sunday

Overnight

Cloudy; Light snow likely
21°

Wind: NNE 5-15 mph

Activity Meter: 0

Cloudy; Light snow likely

Monday

Daytime

Light snow ending early; Decreasing cloudiness
34°

Wind: North 5-10 mph

Activity Meter: 1

Light snow ending early; Decreasing cloudiness

Snow Day

Snow continues tonight before tapering off. Accumulations of 10-15 inches have been commonplace throughout southern Virginia, with lesser amounts north of Roanoke. An additional 1 to 3 inches is possible tonight. Click here for our Snow Accumulation Forecast Map. Light snow ends early Monday followed by decreasing clouds. It's quiet though midweek with rain possible by Thursday night through the first half of the weekend.

The 2019 Blue Ridge Parkway Calendar is in stock featuring winners from our yearly photo contest. Get your at RaysMarketplace.Com, or from one of the many local retailers. This year's feature is Waterfalls along the Parkway. Enjoy!

Monday

Overnight

Partly cloudy; Cold
17°

Wind: Light NW

Activity Meter: 1

Partly cloudy; Cold

Tuesday

Daytime

Partly cloudy; Not as cold; A slow melting day
36°

Wind: NW 5-15 mph

Activity Meter: 2

Partly cloudy; Not as cold; A slow melting day

 

Overnight

Scattered clouds
18°

Wind: NW light

Activity Meter: 2

Scattered clouds

Wednesday

Daytime

Mostly sunny; Some good melting
36°

Activity Meter: 2

Mostly sunny; Some good melting

 

Overnight

Scattered clouds; Not as cold
25°

Activity Meter: 2

Scattered clouds; Not as cold

Thursday

Daytime

Mostly cloudy
37°

Activity Meter: 2

Mostly cloudy

 

Overnight

Cloudy with rain
31°

Activity Meter: 2

Cloudy with rain

Friday

Daytime

Overcast & Rain Showers
42°

Activity Meter: 1

Overcast & Rain Showers

 

Overnight

Overcast & Rain Showers
35°

Activity Meter: 1

Overcast & Rain Showers

Saturday

Daytime

Mostly Cloudy; Rain possible
45°

Activity Meter: 2

Mostly Cloudy; Rain possible

 

Overnight

Mostly Cloudy
29°

Activity Meter: 2

Mostly Cloudy

Snow Day

Low pressure near the Outer Banks is heading eastward, and the cold high pressure centered over the northern Mid-Atlantic states is still supplying the cold air. A trailing upper level disturbance will keep light snow going overnight and Monday morning as this impressive event finally draws to a conclusion. An additional 1 to 3 inches tonight may provide the icing on the cake.

Cool high pressure builds in for Tuesday and Wednesday. It's dry at least and the melting begins in earnest.

We have another system moving to our area by Thursday night. This one will have more warm air so we wont be looking at another snow event. Clouds increase Thursday, showers possible by Thursday night with showers likely on Friday then lingering into Saturday.