Early birds saw some flakes falling very early this morning. Any snow pretty much melted on contact with the surface in Central VA. In the Valley, less than a half inch was reported in most locations. Up to 2 inches was reported over the Blue Ridge.
A strong cold front is slowly navigating toward Central Virginia. Rain showers have been off and on since yesterday and will continue through this afternoon. We have been on the milder side of this boundary for the past couple of days. Temperatures will get close to 60 degrees this afternoon.
It’s been a soggy Monday and the rain is far from over. Periods of rain will continue off and on through tonight and all of Tuesday. Another half inch of rain may accumulate. This is ahead of a strong, slow moving cold front working its way toward the Mid-Atlantic. Temperatures will be mild until th
Mother Nature must be very happy with us because she is proving us with some great December weather. While many areas across the country are experiencing crippling snow and travel nightmares, Central VA is sitting pretty with sunshine and seasonal temperatures.
A large low pressure system spinning overhead brought a few showers very early this morning. A few more light showers may move through later today, but most of us miss out. Winds will pick up this afternoon. Sustained winds will be from 10-15 mph with gusts in the 20-25 mph range.
Enjoying a mild, sunny Tuesday afternoon before clouds and showers arrive going into Wednesday. A large storm system currently working through the middle of the country will continue to move eastward over the next couple of days. While the main low pressure center moves northeast, toward the Great L
High pressure overhead today is bringing us at least partial sunshine. Highs will be comparable to seasonal averages. Clear skies tonight will allow for colder overnight lows, near or below freezing. Watch for patchy frost tomorrow morning.