A couple of cold fronts have already passed through, but the one that will bring the brunt of the breezy chill is still working east through Kentucky this morning. That will swing through later today and begin our dip in temperatures in earnest — freeze warnings are out tonight for some of the counties west of I-77 and over in West Virginia. There may be a few showers today as the front pushes east, as there were Tuesday and overnight. Thursday will likely be the a blustery day with many highs not making 50 west of Roanoke. And yes, there still will probably see some snowflakes in Southwest Virginia, especially at higher elevations and west of I-81, perhaps Thursday night and Friday morning as a disturbance and weak surface low look eastward. There could be just enough to whiten the ground in the higher elevations along the Virginia-West Virginia border and west of I-77. It still appears Saturday morning holds the best chance of an areawide freeze, perhaps a hard one at many locations. Maybe my yard-mowing on Tuesday will be the last time I have to touch it til spring.