Wintry mix likely Saturday

A wintry mix will develop between 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. across the area, likely in the form of light freezing drizzle and sleet, mixed with some snow early. A second batch of precipitation will move into the area late morning into early afternoon and will likely still fall as frozen precipitation across the Central…

GO or NO? Tuesday’s School Guess on closings, delays, and early dismissal

Across Southwest Virginia, precipitation will be moving into the area between 4:00 a.m. and 7:00 a.m. Some schools have already delayed class, but there’s a chance that some may end up closing, especially closer to the Virginia/West Virginia border, where more snow is likely. Across the New River Valley and far Southern Piedmont, a mix…

Snow possible Tuesday across Southwest Virginia, Shenandoah Valley, Virginia Piedmont

SNOWFALL MAP – FIRST CALL (TUESDAY) A low pressure system will move across the Tennessee River Valley and into the Mid-Atlantic on Tuesday. Cold air in place Tuesday morning will precipitation to be in the form of snow across Southwestern Virginia, Shenandoah Valley, and portions of the Virginia Piedmont. While this is a quick moving…

Wintry precipitation threat increasing for Tuesday Night into Wednesday

A strong cold front will move across the Mid-Atlantic on Tuesday, with an area of low pressure arriving Tuesday night into Wednesday. This will likely bring wintry weather with accumulating snow possible Tuesday night into Wednesday. On Tuesday, rain showers will develop across the area. Ahead of the front, temperatures will rise into the 50’s…

High impact storm across Hampton Roads and Outer Banks this weekend; Flooding, wind, high waves, and beach erosion

A developing Nor’easter will bring high impacts across coastal sections of the Eastern United States over the next several days. Unfortunately, the Outer Banks will get the brunt of this system with heavy rain, strong winds, beach erosion, and flooding. Impacts will also be felt across the Delmarva Peninsula, counties along the Chesapeake Bay, and…

Some snow accumulation increasing Tuesday across Central & Eastern Virginia, mainly on grass and colder surfaces

Yes, temperatures will be well into the 60’s this afternoon and ground temperatures in the 40’s to near 50 degrees — but Mother Nature could throw us a surprise snow. It’s a very interesting setup. Cold air timing with heavier precipitation have to meet in order for this to work out. Over the past few…