Fog, stray shower possible overnight
Poor visibility with occasional drizzle will be the trend even for the start of the weekend
- Mist and drizzle possible overnight
- Isolated to scattered shower chances redevelop Sunday morning
- Isolated rain chances throughout the weekend
WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY
Highland county is under a Winter Weather Advisory due to the potential for freezing drizzle which would be very spotty as light showers fall into colder air tonight.
Most hometowns will stay dry with cloudy skies. Lows tonight fall into the upper 30s and low 40s.
Saturday remains cloudy with a stray shower in the morning along with drizzle at times Parades and holiday parties should be mostly dry, but cool as highs will only reach the 40s with overnight lows falling into the 30s.
For Sunday it looks like spotty rain will be with us. Again, the same chance for light freezing rain/wintry mix can be seen for Sunday morning for the same areas (higher elevations north of I-64).
Past the weekend, it looks like we will start off our work week dry with partly sunny skies. Models differ in the outcome as we head into Wednesday. We’re trending on the active side with many models showing a powerful cold front moving across the country arriving here mid-to-late week.
This will bring a return of showers along with a major cool down coming and lasting into the weekend. Keep your eyes peeled past Wednesday of next week for changes.
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