Two systems, one across the Great Lakes and the other in the southeast, will phase off the Mid-Atlantic coast and become one big Nor’easter for the Northeast.
Rain will spread into Southwest Virginia late Tuesday evening into the early morning hours of Wednesday.
By Wednesday morning, a cold front and developing low-pressure system off the coast, will spread rain from the Piedmont to the coast. Embedded thunderstorms are also possible, meaning the rain may be heavy at times.
Rain will pull away from the Virginia coastline by Wednesday evening.