Mild air is just barely hanging on this afternoon. A cold front passed through this morning and the cold air is lagging behind. Gusty northwest wind will be a big help in bringing that colder air in. Increased wind speeds will continue through the remainder of today and into tonight.
Rain showers fell across part of the area this morning. Rain amounts were greatest south of I-64 whereas areas to the north saw very little. Conditions are starting to improve everywhere this afternoon. Partly cloudy skies will take us into tonight with some patchy fog developing tomorrow morning.
The next few days will have folks confused by what season it is. Temperatures are already starting to turn milder today. The average high for this time in January is 44. Today we will already be 10 degrees above that, and by this weekend we will be 20 to 25 degrees above that.
It may be a little bit too chilly for some’s liking today, but these temperatures are actually fairly close to what we should be experiencing this time of year. Today’s projected high of 42 degrees in only a few degrees from the normal high of 44.
Sunshine and above freezing temperatures are putting int a lot of work to help melt yesterday’s snow. Most snow will be gone by the end of the afternoon. Gusty winds are also helping to dry us out today. Sustained winds of 10-20 mph are expected with higher gusts.
Snow is blanketing most of Central Virginia today. Heavy snow fell from late morning to early afternoon and is now starting to lighten up. The duration of this storm will be short with the remainder of the snow falling before the evening commute. As of 1 PM this afternoon, about 2 inches of snow had
While today is a pleasant, mild, and dry day, big changes are ahead for tomorrow. Temperatures will drop fairly rapidly overnight tonight, leaving us in the 20s just before sunrise. With this colder air in place, a quick developing system coming out of the Tennessee River Valley may bring us some sn
It’s another gorgeous day here in Central VA! We’ll see more clouds than yesterday, but will still be able to enjoy pleasant temperatures in the lower 60s. Tomorrow, the current weather pattern will continue with a mix of sun and clouds with highs remaining above average.
It was a dry and mild Christmas here in Central VA. Temperatures will continue to run above average today and through the end of the week. Highs will be a good 10-15 degrees above average, nearing 60 each day,
Merry Christmas Eve! We’ve got another mild, dry day in store. Highs today in the low to mid 50s. Tonight, most areas will dip below freezing tonight with patchy fog. Use caution if traveling late tonight or early tomorrow morning.
Tonight will be the last night in the 20s for a while. Temperatures turn much milder as we head into the upcoming week. High temperatures each day will climb a little bit more, starting in the lower 50s and eventually reach near 60 by Christmas Eve. While that will be the warmest day, temperatures s
Central Virginians woke up to brutally cold temperatures in the teens this morning. This afternoon, temperatures will not be much better. We’ll only get into the 30s for highs this afternoon. Most of us will be back in the teens tonight.
Many people started out their work week with some mixed precipitation. Now, with temperatures rising, all rain is being seen. This comes as a warm front slowly lifts north across the region. Most of us should see a break in the rain this evening before an associated cold front brings some additional
After some freezing rain fell early this morning, temperatures are now above the 32 degree mark in all locations. However, this doesn’t mean the precipitation is done for the day. Chilly rain showers will continue over the course of the next 24 hours or so.
Keep enjoying the sun today because big changes are coming for the late week. Right now, a cold, dry air mass is in place overhead. This is bringing chilly sunshine across Central VA for the remainder of the afternoon. Skies will remain clear to start tonight, but clouds will increase going into the
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.