A system bringing a wintry mix of snow, ice, sleet, and rain will make arrival for Wednesday before dawn. Drivers are advised to leave early for work as dangerous road conditions are expected throughout the region.
Yet another cold front will bring in frigid cold temperatures for the latter half of the weekend. Temperatures Saturday night will crash behind the front and rain showers will change over to snow showers.
A strong cold front will slide through the region this evening ushering in much cooler temperatures for the weekend. Out ahead of the front, strong to potentially severe storms are expected to march through NCWV.
After days and days of rain, more wet weather today could create the potential for flash flooding. Damaging wind gusts and small hail are just some of the threats we can see later this afternoon with the possibility of severe weather as well.
A moisture-rich atmosphere will once again favor the development of more strong to possibly severe storms this afternoon and evening. With the ground already saturated, it won't take much more rain to cause flooding issues.
The system moving through will be in our area overnight, giving us a Winter Weather Advisory from 11 pm tonight to 8 am Monday morning. This is in effect for Barbour, Doddridge, Harrison, Lewis, Preston, Randolph, Taylor, Tucker, Upshur and Garrett counties. The advisory means road conditions could be hazardous in these areas.