Roanoke, Virginia – A weak storm system in the south leaks the area on Sunday morning, forming light snow above 3,000 feet in some areas of Grayson, Carol and possibly Floyd and White counties. Any rain will be light from Patrick County east to Halifax County.
A lot of dry air is fighting the rainfall above, so we don’t expect it to stop this day too much.
Most of the area north of Highway 58 remains dry, with clouds gradually decreasing from north to south during the day.
Monday will also be seasonally cool, but with more sunshine.
The end of February and the end of the meteorological winter have come. Most of the area has snowfall, almost below average, and Southside exceeds our snowfall forecast for the season.
12% of our annual snow falls in March, but it won’t happen in the first week of the month. We will see highs in the 50s and 60s at least until the fourth day of the month.
The forecast of the Climate Forecast Center until March 8 shows a high probability of above-average temperatures, with most precipitation remaining only to the west.
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