Saturday’s 80-degree weather in Roanoke is giving way to a short snap of colder weather that could even produce a few snow showers in the highest elevations on Tuesday night and early Wednesday. But after a couple of chilly mornings in the 30s to low 40s, very warm weather is likely for the weekend as upper-level high pressure builds just west of our region. That dome of high pressure will bring June-like temperatures, with highs possibly reaching the mid 80s by the weekend. This appears to be the start of a weather pattern change that will switch us from a mostly cool, moist pattern to a very warm pattern that will, at first, be drier as well. The Climate Prediction Center is suggesting the likelihood of warmer than normal weather in the Appalachians/Mid-Atlantic/Southeast/Tennessee Valley region for the next two weeks. In time, some rainy systems may start eroding the high pressure dome. But for the next several days, after this brief shot of fairly cold weather, expect toasty warmth and drier weather.