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
515 AM EST Sun Jan 22 2017

Cloudy skies prevailed across the region overnight with patchy
dense fog over parts of the New River Valley, south into the
Northern Mountains of North Carolina. Light rain exited the
region to the northeast. Amounts late Saturday afternoon through
early Sunday morning averaged between a few hundredths of an inch
and two-tenth of an inch. Temperatures were well above normal for
this time of year, with pre-dawn readings in the upper 40s to
around 50 degrees across the entire area. Winds were calm or
light and variable.

Our weather pattern will remain on the wet side through Monday as
a slow moving area of low pressure approaches, and then crosses
the region. Anticipate multiple rounds of precipitation, some of
which may be on the moderate side tonight. The low will be
northeast of the area by Tuesday morning. Anticipate winds to
become gusty from the northwest Monday night into Tuesday with
lingering scattered showers across the mountains. A cold front
will move through the region on Thursday. More seasonable
temperatures are expected by next weekend.


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