The coldest temperatures in Western Virginia on Monday night will be at the higher elevations in places like the Alleghany Highlands.
If people lose power it could put them in real danger.
In short, Hot Springs is not living up to its name.
Temperatures are only going to go down from here with the sun setting and the winds from Hurricane Sandy arriving.
The wind chill has temperatures in the teens up here, causing emergency services to put Bath County under a Code Red Alert.
While that sounds intense, it's mainly a communications blitz notifying people in the county via phone, text, and social media that there is a threat.
Emergency Services Coordinator Andy Seabolt says he's not trying to scare people, but just that people should be prepared in case the weather turns for the worst.
There is concern about slick roads if the snow continues.
An even bigger concern especially for senior citizens is the possibility of downed trees' knocking out power.
“I've got my wood under the porch and I've got a wood burning stove on my back porch so I can cook my food when the power goes out. The last time when the power was out I needed it. This time I've got my kerosene so I'm prepared,” Bath County resident Dorothy Dean said.
The concern with power outages is a combination of being unsure which tree limbs are loose because of the derecho and how much damage wind from Sandy could do.
With single digit temperatures projected for Monday night, people without power have put emergency services personnel on edge.