Roanoke, Virginia – So far this month we have been spoiled. In fact, it was the third warmest start to March in the Roanoke Valley. That changes on Wednesday.
Sometimes during the morning trip we will need windshield wipers.
In the afternoon they may take a break, but it will still be mostly cloudy and cool with a high from the low to mid 50s.
Our front remains deadlocked in the east. This allows the storm system to ride along it, throwing more clouds on Thursday. Maximum temperatures will still remain in the low to mid-50s.
Then we are between thunderstorms on Friday, allowing our high temperatures to reach 50-60 degrees under a combination of clouds and afternoon sun. However, don’t feel comfortable with that.
A boosting storm system throws cold rain on Friday night to Saturday morning. Cold air envelops this system and crashes into our area, which means the snow will go from noon to the second Saturday.
At this point, it seems the best chance of hoarding will be in the western mountains, with the chances of an inch or more decreasing as you head further east.
Despite this, Saturday will be very windy and very cold. By evening the chills will be unambiguous and teenagers.
Heavy frosts are expected on Sunday morning. On average, our last frost occurs only in mid-late April. (It’s too early to plant anyway.)
But next week we are thawing.
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