ROANOKE, Va. (WFXR) — Prepare to bundle up! A windy and chilly Monday is in the works for Southwest and Central Virginia.

Mountain snow showers and flurries are possible Monday. Due to the potential for slick roadways, Winter Weather Advisories have been issued for counties west of I-77 and toward western Greenbrier and Pocahontas counties through Monday.

A majority of Southwest and Central Virginia will notice partially clearing skies and brisk winds to kick off the week. Wind gusts of 20-40 mph are possible. The cooler northwest winds will keep the region chilly. Morning temperatures will start in the cold 30s. The New River Valley and Alleghany Highlands will have high temperatures in the middle and upper 30s while the Roanoke Valley, Central Virginia, and Southside will notice afternoon highs in the middle and upper 40s.

Colder air will continue to move in overnight Monday. By Tuesday morning, temperatures will be in the sub-freezing 20s and lower 30s. However, more sunshine and lighter winds are in the forecast for the day. It will be slightly milder with afternoon temperatures in the upper 40s and lower 50s.

A storm system will impact Southwest and Central Virginia Wednesday. Due to cold air in place during the morning, there is the potential for pockets of wintry mix. Freezing rain is possible at higher elevations with a mix of freezing rain/snow/sleet possible north of I-64. Highs will be in the lower 40s.

Thursday will be drier, but blustery! The brisk northwest winds are back in the forecast with afternoon highs in the lower 40s. Lighter winds are expected Friday with the chilly pattern continuing across the region.