It’s a calm start to this Tuesday. You will want a jacket as you head out the door as temperatures in the 30s and 40s will greet you early this morning.
Today will be the warmest day of the week with highs in the 70s. Plenty of sunshine is expected for most of the day with increasing clouds late in the day.
A few showers are possible late in the day with better chances later tonight into early Wednesday morning ahead of a cold front. While moisture will be limited, a few showers may extend into Wednesday morning.
Cold air rushing in behind the front may lead to upslope snow showers/flurries for some of the west-facing slopes of Pocahontas, Greenbrier Counties, and possibly the counties bordering the WV/VA state line.
Behind the front, colder air and increasing winds are forecast. Temperatures may fall during the afternoon as the front passes to our east. Strong winds out of the northwest Wednesday will also make it feel quite chilly during the afternoon.
Wednesday night and Thursday night, temperatures will fall to around or below freezing. This could damage plants sensitive to the cold. Take measures to protect plants and pets.