A weak disturbance will slide across the mountains of Virginia and West Virginia early Thursday morning and produce a burst of snow.
Temperatures will range 29 to 33 degrees. The ground is cold and snow will likely accumulate on contact. There will likely be a little freezing drizzle mixed in. Elevated surfaces and untreated roads could be come slick. The best chance at seeing an inch or more of snow will be across the New River Valley and in the mountains.
Some of the models are a bit different where the axis of the light to moderate snow will fall. The morning NAM 3 km (North American Model) showed snow across all of Southwest Virginia from 4:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Thursday.