Eventually, clouds will start to move in as the pre-dawn hours approach. Scattered rain showers will begin to mix with wet snow mid-morning followed by scattered snow showers Thursday afternoon. It will be a rain chance for most at first as temperatures climb into the low to mid 40s. Inland cities will likely see a few inches of snow, but will also experience the coldest air.
Various parts of the OH and Tennessee valleys are forecasted only to reach the 20s and 30s, while New Orleans and Houston are topped to struggle to even reach 50.
Morning temperatures for Wednesday could be in the upper 30s to upper 40s with feels like temperatures between 30 and 35 degrees. Friday night football fans, it will be a very cold evening so dress accordingly! Temperatures fall fast through the 30s.
The weekend will be chilly on Saturday.
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Most areas reach close to 40 degrees in the afternoon Saturday.
Some snow could stick to the roads, as the temperatures of the roads are gradually getting colder. The winds are light to calm, and they stay that way the rest of the day. Wind chill temperatures will remain in the 20s on Friday. Sunday is a milder day, but it's still a bit on the cool side for this time of year. Factor in our gusty winds and temperatures are feeling more like the teens and 20s across southwestern Virginia. Rain will become widespread as the next blast of cold air enters the region.
Looking ahead to Veterans Day, expect seasonable conditions with highs into the low 50s under partly to mainly cloudy skies. That will cause our temperatures to fall back into the upper 30s and low 40s by this afternoon, and the winds out of the north at around 10 to 14 miles per hour will make it feel like the low to mid 30s.