ROANOKE, Va. – For those that got the advertised snow Sunday morning, be extra careful on side streets, bridges, ramps and sidewalks Monday morning. Temperatures are in the teens and 20s, making things pretty slick out there to start.
Throughout the week, we’ll have Arctic air to our north and fairly cool air to our south. This leaves the forecast subject to a) temperature swings, b) precipitation chances and c) adjustments.
As we go throughout the day Monday, however, high pressure takes good care of us. This will lead to seasonable temperatures and more sunshine.
As high pressure moves east, however, low level moisture sneaks in at night. Clouds increase, as does the chance for some fog and drizzle through Tuesday morning.