Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Blacksburg, VA

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Weather Summary for SW VA...SE WV...and NW NC
National Weather Service Blacksburg VA
527 AM EST Sat Dec 10 2016

We start Saturday morning off continued unseasonably cold as
temperatures ranged from the teens to the lower to mid 20s. In
fact, Bluefield observed a record cold high temperature for
December 9th. Winds have lightened to some degree, though single-
digit to teens wind chills were still common. Sky conditions were
variable with generally clear skies except for the Alleghany
Highlands where low overcast stratus persisted.

The moderating trend to the cold temperatures begins today and
continues into Sunday. It will begin to turn breezy from the
southwest later Sunday in advance of a cold front. Precipitation
should initially begin as drizzle, with a brief period of freezing
drizzle briefly in the overnight mainly in the Alleghany
Highlands. However, mainly rain is expected for most of the
overnight into Monday. A brief break is expected on Tuesday before
weather turns more unsettled for the mid to late week period.

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