The Storm Team 11 Forecast keeps a Winter Storm Warning in effect through Monday morning for everyone with the exception of a Winter Weather Advisory for the Tri-Cities and points southwest through Monday morning.  Light snow will fall overnight into early Monday. Additional accumulations will be possible across the area.  The low will be near 26 degrees. 

Here is a look at some of the heavier snowfall totals reported to our east and south Sunday.

Winds stay gusty overnight into Monday afternoon. 

Light snow and snow flurries will continue through Monday afternoon. 

Snowfall totals will range from one to two inches across the Tri-Cities with up to two to four inches across parts of southwest Virginia.   The higher elevations will see additional snowfall as well.

Cloudy skies are forecast for Monday with snow showers through the day.  The high will be near 32 degrees.  Cloudy skies and snow flurries are likely Monday night with a low of 20 degrees. 

Partly cloudy skies are forecast for Tuesday with a chance of morning snow flurries.  The high will be near 38 to 40 degrees. 

Cloudy skies are forecast Wednesday with a 60% chance of rain.  The high will be 40 degrees. 

Rain will change to snow Wednesday night into Thursday.  The low Wednesday night will be near 27 degrees with a high on Thursday near 34 degrees. 

We will keep a chance of light snow in the forecast Thursday night with a low of 16 degrees. 

Cloudy skies and light snow is forecast for Friday with a high of 30 degrees. 

Partly cloudy skies return Friday night with a low of 16 degrees. 

Saturday will be partly cloudy and cold with a high of 34 degrees. 

Look for a chance of light snow Saturday night and snow on Sunday with a high Sunday of 35 degrees.

Drive safe and stay warm!

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