Weather station located at Skyline National Bank.
Forecast Last Updated at Monday, January 24, 2022 at 6:20PM
Quiet Evening; Late-Week Mischief?
Relative to the rest of the week, Monday was the most pleasant day. A fresh shot of colder air arrives late Tuesday. Tuesday will have more clouds, falling late-day temperatures, and PM flurries possible. Wednesday has clearing skies and cold weather. After a brief, modest mild-up, another shot of colder air. Light snow or snow showers will be possible Friday afternoon into Saturday. Saturday will be very cold and windy.
Hi: 44 Lo: 31
Scattered clouds; West wind 5-15 mph, becoming breezy tonight
Hi: 44 Lo: 19
More clouds; Cannot completely rule out late-day or evening flurries; West wind 5-15 mph, becoming NW Tue. night
Hi: 34 Lo: 15
Clearing; Colder; NW wind 5-15 mph, becoming light Wed. night
Hi: 40 Lo: 25
Scattered clouds; Slightly less cold
Hi: 41 Lo: 17
Cloudy; PM and overnight light snow or snow showers possible
Saturday - Mostly cloudy; Cold; Light snow or snow showers possible; Windy; High in the upper 20s; Low in the mid teens
Sunday - Clearing skies; Cold, but less cold by afternoon; High in the upper 30s; Low in the mid 20s
A cold front arrived last night. It stalled over the region today and lifted to the north as a warm front this afternoon and tonight.
The next cold front arrives Tuesday afternoon. Temperatures fall late Tuesday and overnight. We'll have more clouds and possibly a few snow flurries. Wednesday has decreasing clouds and cold temperatures.
As cold high pressure moves east into the Atlantic, we'll have a modest moderation of temperatures Thursday into Friday morning.
A more potent cold front arrives late Friday. In addition to the front, low pressure will move from the Gulf to just off the Atlantic Coast and strengthen into a full-blown Nor'easter by the time it reaches New England. We can expect light snow or snow showers Friday afternoon, Friday night, and lasting into a cold/windy Saturday. Most of the snow with this system is expected to be of the NW Flow variety favoring the Virginia Highlands Friday night and Saturday.
Sunday has clearing skies and some temperature moderation by afternoon. The weekend Nor'easter signals an end to the persistent cold we have experienced since January 3... next week will be milder.
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