Colder air is spilling into the region and will turn rain to snow in
the higher elevations that are west facing. Rains east of the
mountains will become very scattere later this morning. A passing
shower is possible later today, but sunshine will also break through.
Temps will be in the 50s east of mountains, and 30s and 40s for the
mountains. Higher elevations could see as much as 5 inches in VA and
WV mountains, above 6 inches far westerb MD highest elevations.
Cold Saturday with breezy conditions and highs mainly in the 40s, 30s
mountains. Temps start trending towards normal Sunday with 40s and
50s, lower 50s to lower 60s Monday, upper 50s to mid 60s Tuesday, and
then upper 60 to near 70 Wednesday.
After the next 24 hours we look to dry out!
All for now.
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