(WYMT) - The snow has turned into rain and we'll see that continue well into your Sunday so get keep the rain gear handy!
Tonight and Tomorrow
Tonight the gloomy and rainy conditions continue with an 80% chance of rain and lows in the mid-30s. A few spots could drop into the lower 30s which means rain could transition into snow or a wintry mix. This would be mainly near I-64 and that snow that falls will have to overcome wet roads to stick.
The main low-pressure system will weaken and allowing another low to form to the east. The energy will begin to sift to the new and stronger low out to the east. This low will enhance colder air Sunday night.
For Sunday rain will be in the forecast for most of the day with highs near 40°. As temperatures drop into the upper 20s to lower 30s overnight, rain will transition into snow as we head into Monday. Our northern counties will get in on the snow first working its way down south.
Snow showers will continue into Monday morning leading to some light accumulation. We do not expect any widespread issues, but some slick spots are still possible especially early Monday morning.
We should clear out by the time we get to Monday afternoon but highs will be chilly into the mid to upper 30s and overnight lows in the low to mid-20s.
High pressure sets up Tuesday and Wednesday bringing drier and sunnier weather. Highs on Tuesday will be near 40 and on Wednesday in the mid-40s.
We are keeping a close eye on another system that will be working its way into the mountains by the end of the week.
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