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WEATHER ALERT DAY SUNDAY: A Weather Alert Day is in effect for Sunday due to the threat of light wintry weather that may accompany the cold rain.
 
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for the purple-shaded region starting Sunday AM. Out of precaution, many of our hometowns are included. The greatest chance of ice accumulation is along the highest elevations & toward the I-64 corridor. We'll have the latest on WDBJ7 at 6.
 
Bradford Ambrose Retweeted ·  
Wet and even some wintry weather possible this weekend. Here's which areas the weather team is watching.
 
It's feeling more like winter across our hometowns on this Friday. The quiet weather will linger into this evening, but our next weather maker will arrive this weekend. We'll have the latest timing coming up on WDBJ7 at Noon.
 
FRIDAY | Seasonable temperatures return to wrap up the workweek. Expect more clouds west of the Blue Ridge and more sunshine east. Wind gusts of 20 to 30 mph are likely. 40+ mph gusts are possible along the higher ridge tops.
 
Wave goodbye to the spring-like warmth! Winter returns to wrap up the workweek.
 
MONDAY | The dry and unseasonably warm weather will linger as we kickoff a new workweek. Expect a mix of sun and clouds with highs in the 60s.
 
Our next weather maker will impact our hometowns by mid-week. Here's what we know now.
 
TONIGHT | Patchy dense fog is once again a concern. Expect a partly to mostly cloudy sky. Lows will dip into the upper 30s and low-mid 40s in most hometowns.
 
ALERT: Dense Fog Advisory in effect until 7 AM
 
 
ALERT: Dense fog has developed across many of our hometowns Saturday evening. Be extra careful on area roads.
 
RINGING IN 2023: Expect a gradually clearing sky as we approach midnight with temperatures in the low 50s.
 
The steadier rainfall will move out of our hometowns by 7 PM or so. Drier weather will push in through the evening as temperatures remain in the low 50s.
 
BE CAREFUL once again if you're heading out and about this evening. We're seeing widespread fog and it is locally dense.
 
Pockets of moderate to heavy rain continue to track through our hometowns this afternoon. Most of the heavier rain should push out by 6 or 7 PM.
 
BE CAREFUL if you're heading out and about tonight. Areas of fog have developed and it could be locally dense.
 
Spotty drizzle and light rain continues across some of our hometowns this evening. The chance of light precipitation will linger for the rest of Friday evening.
 
Looking Ahead: Above-normal temperatures and unsettled weather for the first week of 2023.
 
TOMORROW | Our slow warm-up continues into Monday. Expect highs in the 30s under increasing clouds.
 
Tired of the bitterly cold temperatures? A big-time warm-up is on the way! Here are the details.
 
TONIGHT | Another frigid night is on the way. Expect low temperatures in the single digits and teens. Wind chills (or feels-like temperatures) will be about 5-10 degrees colder than the actual air temperature.
 
I sure did! My optimism paid off! 😬
In reply to @BradfordAmbrose
You predicted 33! Nice job!!
 
FINALLY ABOVE FREEZING: Two days and eight-plus hours later, the temperature finally rose above freezing in Roanoke. Our official high temperature was 33!
 
Bradford Ambrose Retweeted ·  
I am ringing in #Christmas at work this year.

Grateful to have co-workers/friends that help made it fun and a little extra special ✨🎄#MerryChristmas #FelizNavidad @WDBJ7
 
Dangerous wind chills will continue into Christmas morning. Expect some improving conditions throughout the day. Here's a look at the forecast.
 
RECORD COLD Christmas Eve: It was the coldest high temperature on record in Roanoke and Lynchburg. Blacksburg tied the record at 17.
 
WIND CHILL ALERTS: A Wind Chill Advisory is in effect for the pink-shaded area. Wind chills could dip as low as -15. A Wind Chill Warning remains in effect for Western Greenbrier, Western Pocahontas & Western Highland counties. Wind chills could dip as low as -40.
 
 
BRRR!!! 🥶🥶🥶
Lowered overnight temperatures a bit as several hometowns have already approached 0° this evening. Wind chill values will be -10 to -30° in the morning. pic.twitter.com/BtpHv7cMZq
 
8:30 AM - Bitterly cold temperatures are rushing into our hometowns. These temperatures will continue to plummet for the rest of Friday.
 
7:30 AM FRIDAY - The snow is coming down on the campus of Virginia Tech!
 
SHARE your photos, videos and reports with us on our website or below in the comments. We would love to know what's happening in your hometown this morning.
 
WEATHER ALERT DAY: Arctic front blasts through this morning. Expect bitterly cold temperatures, dangerous wind chills and blustery winds today.
 
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for the purple-shaded counties. Up to 4" of snow is expected. Slippery road conditions are possible.
 
A QUICK BURST of snow and rain is pushing through our hometowns early Friday morning. Snow accumulations should be around a dusting or so for most, except for the higher elevations. Use caution on the roads.
 
Be careful if you're heading out on the roads this morning. Areas of fog continue to impact our hometowns, and locally dense fog can't be ruled out. The threat for fog will end once the cold front blasts through later this morning.
 
A Weather Alert Day is also in effect for Friday. Here's what to expect.
 
Good Thursday! Today is a Weather Alert Day due to the potential for slick roads through the morning hours. Here's what to expect in your hometown.
 
TAKE YOUR TIME on the roads this morning. A mixture of cold rain, freezing rain and sleet continues to push through our hometowns. We're tracking it and will have everything you need to know on WDBJ7 from 4:30-7 a.m. and on WZBJ24 from 7-9 a.m.
 
A Winter Weather Advisory is in place for the purple-shaded counties starting tonight. Around .10" of ice is expected with our first weather maker. Locally higher totals possible. Our second weather maker arrives FRI. We'll talk about everything you need to know coming up at Noon
 
LATE-WEEK WEATHER MAKERS: Some wintry weather is still possible later this week. Here's an updated look at the forecast.
 
BITTERLY COLD: Christmas Weekend will feature low temperatures in the single digits and teens. Wind chills will likely plummet below zero early Saturday morning in many hometowns. We'll talk more about temperatures and our late-week weather makers coming up on WZBJ24 at 6:30 p.m.
 
Forecast models are in better agreement with a potential outcome for our late-week weather maker. Here's an updated look at what we know right now.
 
BREEZY & COLD: Expect breezy conditions and cold temperatures heading through Sunday. Wind chills will likely be stuck in the teens and 20s for many hometowns throughout the day. Here's an updated look at your forecast.
 
Bradford Ambrose Retweeted ·  
FROSTY IN FLOYD: Check out Frosty covered in icicles! Thanks to Amanda Duncan for sending this in from Indian Valley.

UPLOAD YOUR PHOTOS/VIDEOS HERE: burst.com/16j8dc22
 
Bradford Ambrose Retweeted ·  
ICY IN FLOYD: Thanks to Anna Carr for sending us this picture from Check.

UPLOAD YOUR PHOTOS/VIDEOS HERE: burst.com/16j8dc22
 
NOON THURSDAY: The threat of wintry weather will come to an end this afternoon. We'll have the latest information on WDBJ7 at Noon.
 
Bradford Ambrose Retweeted ·  
SLEET IN HIGHLAND COUNTY: Sleet also fell across some of our hometowns Thursday morning. Here's a photo from Denise King-Smith from Vanderpool.

UPLOAD YOUR PHOTOS/VIDEOS HERE: burst.com/16j8dc22
 
11:15 AM Thursday: Sleet, freezing rain and cold rain continues across our hometown. Here's an update on our Weather Alert Day.
 
 
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