A new area of heavier precipitation is moving across Southwest Virginia into the New River and Roanoke Valleys for the late afternoon and evening. The cold-air wedge has held firm, with temperatures only in the mid 30s in most elevations below 3,000 feet and still near the freezing mark higher, with freezing drizzle and light snow having fallen much of the day in some locations. As the new precipitation shield moves in, some sleet or maybe even wet snowflakes are possible for a while, until the warmer air aloft bringing in the thick moisture takes hold and temperatures are above freezing throughout the atmosphere from cloud to ground. Rain could even be heavy at times. This is moving out ahead of a cold front that will sweep in late tonight and Tuesday, with the new Arctic air mass taking firm hold by Wednesday, keeping temperatures 10-20 degrees below normal (40s highs, 20s-30s lows as opposed to normal 50s highs, 30s lows) through the remainder of the week. There remains a potential late week/weekend storm system that could spread moisture into that cold air, but its track still varies greatly between forecast models. Hopefully this comes into better focus by midweek.