Freezing rain possible Saturday morning..
WBOY STORMTRACKER 12 WEATHER SYNOPSIS:
It was a messy Saturday across the Mountain State. Freezing rain impacted several areas in the morning, especially into Randolph and Pocahontas Counties. Temperatures in the lowlands rose above freezing fairly quickly resulting in conditions to transition from snow to rain with no real threat of freezing rain. Rain showers remained throughout much of the day, which areas seeing anywhere from .25-.50 inches. Heading into tonight there will be a strong temperature drop behind a cold front that will push through during the late evening. Winds will be gusty as the front passes by, gusting anywhere from 30-40MPH potentially.
Behind the front, arctic air will be moving in across the region. Most areas will see wind chills into the teens during the early part of Sunday. Temperatures will actually be dropping throughout the day as well, starting in the upper 20s and ending into the lower 20s.
TONIGHT: Snow moving in late, after midnight. SE winds 0-5 MPH. Low: 27.
SUNDAY: AM spotty snow showers. Otherwise, mostly cloudy. High: 29. Low: 15.
MONDAY (MLK DAY): Mostly cloudy. High: 27. Low: 16.
TUESDAY: More clouds than sun. High: 32. Low: 17.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny. High: 40. Low: 23.
THURSDAY: More clouds than sun, warmer. High: 48.
StormTracker 12 Meteorologist Dillon Gaudet
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