Small bands of snow continue to fall in central and southern West Virginia with spotty squalls in parts of eastern Kentucky. Temperatures have fallen into the upper 20s and while most roads are in very good condition, bridges and overpasses can get briefly snow covered when squalls pass through. Also with falling temperatures, any areas of standing water are freezing over making parking lots and sidewalks slippery. Salt treatments will still be effective. Wind chills are in the he teems from Charleston to the east and are in the single digits in the higher terrain areas of West Virginia.
Snow showers will continue to move to the east into midday with some light snow flurries possible into the afternoon. The bulk of the system pushes off to the higher terrain into the afternoon and will remain there into the overnight. The higher terrain, especially the NW facing slopes could see higher amounts as snow continues to fall in those area into the overnight. The "Snow Belt" could see 4" to 6" of accumulation with some peaks possible piling up around 8".
Major roadways are looking pretty good, just wet, but caution needs to be given to bridges and overpasses as those surfaces are the same temperatures as the air. Temperatures in most areas are at or blow freezing and will hold there throughout the afternoon before quickly dropping into the overnight. Back roads, especially ones that get a lot of shade will be slick as road temps will be lower than the highways. Take extra time if traveling around today and tonight.
Wet roads will refreeze tonight as temps drop to the teens making for dangerous early Thanksgiving day travel. Winds will be gusty overnight dropping wind chill values to single digits. Bundle up if outside, wear lots of layers and try to cover up any exposed skin.
All clears out for Thanksgiving Day. We'll see lots of sunshine but temps will remain cold only reaching near freezing once again. We will warm as we head into the weekend.
Rain is changing to snow across the area today after a full day of rain, making for possible slick conditions for Wednesday morning's commute in the region.