Another morning filled with subzero morning temperatures. Highs will remain subzero today with a mostly cloudy sky and chances for snow into the afternoon.
Several rounds of snow today through Thursday could bring 3″-5″ of accumulation for many with substantially higher numbers in the James River Valley.
The coldest temperatures will be felt on the second half of the work week. Both Thursday and Friday will have lows close to -30 and double-digit, subzero highs. Wind chills could get as low as -50 below.
Here’s a look at the wind chills by Friday morning.
-Amber Wheeler, KX Storm Team