While winter precipitation is not in the forecast for Wednesday, we will deal with cold temperatures in Southwest Virginia.
Winds have died down, but cold air is still filtering in. It is possible a few record low temperatures will be recorded Wednesday morning with several locations dipping down into the teens.
Here are the current records for November 13th:
Roanoke 19 in 1920
Lynchburg 20 in 1996
Danville 20 in 2016
Blacksburg 15 in 1983
Bluefield 10 in 1911
Remember to stay warm outside and bundle up. You might want to make sure your car starts this morning and warm it up before you head out as well. High temperatures will not be much warmer, with much of Southwest Virginia staying the in the 30s for the afternoon.
For the next several days, temperatures will stay below seasonal average. Mornings will be near- or below-freezing while highs for the rest of the week will be in the 30s, 40s and some 50s. Cloud cover will be variable throughout the rest of the week with anywhere from mostly to partly sunny skies. The additional sunshine will do little to warm up the surface though.
Our Piedmont locations could see a little rain as we head into Thursday evening and into Friday.