Temperatures are hovering near to slightly above the freezing mark in the Roanoke and New River valleys this morning, but most precipitation has moved east. Some patchy drizzle/freezing drizzle may occur. Ice/sleet/snow issues gradually increase the farther north you go from Roanoke — be aware if traveling, especially approaching bridges and overpasses. Winter weather advisories remain in effect this morning for Botetourt, Craig, Rockbridge, Alleghany and Bath counties, with winter storm warnings farther northeast. There also may be some icing in higher elevations along the Blue Ridge to the south of Roanoke. Additional rain is expected to move in later today or tonight, but temperatures should be above freezing by that time (though not warm, slowly rising through 30s to low 40s) and remain that way through the course of the rain. A cold week, relative to mid March, is ahead with highs in the 40s (some 30s) and lows in the 20 and 30s most days, Tuesday possibly being the biggest exception with some near-normal 50s. There may be another precipitation maker to watch late this week during this unseasonably cold period, but much remains uncertain about its evolution and track. A weak system may bring a chance of some snow showers on Wednesday.