Milder temperatures arrive today as we’ll see highs reach somewhat seasonable levels for this time of year. A mix of clouds and sunshine will make for a pretty decent end of the work week.
Unsettled weather this weekend will be the result of a backdoor front that will become stationary and linger in the region. Showers are possible tonight and will continue for the entirety of the weekend in general. A period of snow is expected Saturday night and Sunday morning for the central and northern portions of the region (Snowshoe to Wisp) and a couple of inches is possible. The NWS in Charleston is not very bullish on this possibility though.
That stationary front will lift back north on Monday ahead of a separate cold front. Precip continues Sunday night and Monday as this happens and should generally be all rain. The secondary cold front looks to move through the region Monday night. Once this happens, a changeover to snow is expected for everyone and snow showers will continue into the first part of Tuesday before tapering off by midday.
Cool high pressure builds in during the latter half of Tuesday and will stick around for a few days. Temperatures look to be a few degrees below normal for Tuesday and Wednesday.