A mostly sunny sky this afternoon along with a southwest wind will promote highs around 50 to 52 degrees in the Tri-Cities with 40’s in the mountains.
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Rain and snow showers will be around early Friday morning as yet another cold front moves through. Mostly rain is expected in the Tri-Cities with some snow mixing in particularly late morning or early afternoon as temperatures stay steady or cool off, while the higher elevations will see a better chance of snow showers with some rain mixing in.
A fresh blast of winter cold comes Saturday along with off and on scattered snow showers all day with flurries Sunday. Accumulations are more likely in the mountains with a potential 1 to 4 inches of snowfall (locally more) through Saturday. Meanwhile, accumulations in the Tri-Cities and lower elevations in southwest Virginia will generally be around a dusting to about an inch.
We’ll have another chance of scattered snow showers Sunday night and Monday as another system takes a similar track to Friday and Saturday.