Dry most of today, but rain moves in from the south in the evening
We got the weekend off to a nice start Saturday and most of your Sunday should be pretty similar. High pressure is right on top of us, providing clear skies and light winds to start the day. Do be advised that you may have to defrost your car early this morning as temperatures fell to the 30s overnight. We recover to the upper 50s and low 60s this afternoon as clouds gradually increase.
A storm system currently centered along the Gulf Coast will throw moisture our way this evening. I have the earliest arrival time of rain at 5 p.m., though if you live further to the north in our viewing area, it will take longer to see showers. Rounds of rain roll through during the overnight and into Monday morning. There could be some isolated strong wind gusts and localized flooding until 11 a.m. or so.
On the backside of this system, temperatures fall and mountain snow develops Monday night into Tuesday. It's looking less likely that the Roanoke Valley gets any flurries or snow showers, unfortunately. West-facing slopes will be the favored regions for snow. We settle into a quiet, but chilly pattern for midweek.