Dry and warmer weather for the rest of the week

Watching next weekend for another coastal system
Our coastal system exits and dryer conditions move in.
Published: Feb. 7, 2022 at 3:46 AM EST|Updated: Feb. 7, 2022 at 11:04 PM EST
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  • Coastal system exit this evening
  • Cold start on Tuesday (20s)
  • Mostly sunny & fair the rest of the week

TONIGHT

FREEZING FOG ADVISORY: Fog is developing in the wake of our coastal system and temperatures are at or below freezing. Temperatures look to drop into the upper 20s this could lead to hazardous driving conditions due to low visibility and the potential of frost or ice on bridges, overpasses, and sidewalks.

Freezing Fog Advisory until 7AM.
Freezing Fog Advisory until 7AM.(WDBJ Weather)

TUESDAY

After a cold start temperatures look to warm to a more seasonable level with highs in the 40s for much of the area. Sunny skies are expected through the day.

Skies clear as our system exits tonight.
Skies clear as our system exits tonight.(WDBJ Weather)

THE REST OF THE WEEK

Temperatures look to warm to a more seasonable level for the middle and the end of the week. High temperatures this week warm back into the 50s. We’ll see lots of sunshine area wide through the first part of the weekend.

WEEKEND

Saturday’s looking nice and quiet with a good amount of sunshine and highs approaching the mid 50s. Temperatures are going to take a tumble on Sunday. Highs on Sunday will only climb into the 30s to near 40. We have a system that could bring some snow showers to the mountains of West Virginia during the day. At the same time we have another system to our south. The question is will this moisture get pulled into our area Sunday and Monday. Right now, I’m keeping Sunday dry, but we’ll have to continue to monitor the forecast for the second part of the weekend.

This is just a possibility and something we will watch near the end of the week.
This is just a possibility and something we will watch near the end of the week.(WDBJ Weather)