ROANOKE, Va. (WFXR) — Prepare for a cold and damp Tuesday across Southwest and Central Virginia. Winter Weather Advisories are in effect for areas west of the Blue Ridge Tuesday.

A quick-moving storm system will impact Southwest and Central Virginia Tuesday. Due to the cold air in place, a light wintry mix of rain, snow, and freezing rain is possible west of Blue Ridge. Accumulation totals will be low with less than an inch of snow expected. Ice accumulation will range from a trace to a tenth of an inch. Slick spots may impact your Tuesday commute, so give yourself a little extra time to slow down and get to your destination safely.

As the day continues, high temperatures will reach the upper 30s and 40s with off-and-on showers moving through the region. Prepare to bundle up and grab the rain gear!

A few showers may linger into Wednesday morning. Otherwise, skies will partially clear overhead with the winter-like air sticking around. Morning temperatures will be in the 30s before warming up into the 40s and mid-50s by the afternoon.

A few west-slope snow showers are possible Thursday as colder air rushes in. Winds will be brisk at times. Morning temperatures will be in the sub-freezing 20s to kick off the day. Afternoon highs will reach the 30s and 40s under mostly sunny skies.

The cold weather pattern continues into the weekend. Plenty of sunshine can be expected across the area, but it will definitely feel more like January. Each morning will start with temperatures in the frigid 20s. Expect mostly clear skies each day with afternoon highs in the 40s.