ROANOKE, Va. – The leaves continue to blossom in shades of yellow, orange and red thanks to our recent stretch of cold mornings and warm afternoons.
That trend is expected to continue throughout the next several days, including Sunday and Monday.
Highs reach the low to mid 70s by Monday, thanks to an added breeze out of the south.
One storm system in the Western U.S. is producing snow in the Rockies, which is not rare for this time of year.
It will then move east, producing the chance for severe weather in parts of the Plains and Deep South through Tuesday.
We’ll see a few morning showers Wednesday before turning drier and brighter again.
This leads to pleasant weather Thursday, which is perfect timing for our Trick-or-Treat event at Layman Family Farms.
Beyond that, we turn slightly cooler with rain chances increasing by next Sunday.