I did a quick weather blog already this morning, but this one will have a little more detail. AND LET ME TELL YOU…. getting a blog done during the shows takes a lot of skill. So… This morning we were all quiet in Hampton Roads (as expected). Meanwhile 2 pieces of a system were getting closer to our region. The upper level pocket of energy (shortwave) was rolling east/southeast through Tennessee and Kentucky. At the surface a weak are of low pressure was forming over Georgia and moving east. There were snow showers near the shortwave, but not by the…
Snow will form later today. We’ll see it pick up this afternoon into the evening.
Tracking snow for Friday, then a bitter blast for the weekend. Can you say, cuddle alert?
Cold, dry, and breezy today. Then a chance for snow tomorrow. Arctic blast of cold air comes in this weekend.
Very cold air will keep building into the weekend. A couple of chances for precipitation into Friday.
There’s a small snow chance for Wednesday Morning for parts of Hampton Roads.
We’ll see some scattered showers this afternoon. Could see a few light snow showers tonight or a brief wintry mix.
Light Accumulations possible Tuesday for areas north of the Southside
Drying out today. Scattered rain showers tonight could mix with snow showers. It could happen again tomorrow.
Drying out by Monday morning, but there could be another round of light showers late in the evening. Possible light wintry mix Monday night …
High Wind and Rain for the OBX, otherwise Afternoon showers everywhere else.
A coastal storm will skirt by the Outer Banks with rain and high winds. Possible flooding and beach erosion.
It’ll be a windy Sunday, and grab the umbrella before heading to your football party.
wintry mix is ending. Now onto a drier weekend….probably.
Wintry mix this morning. Clearing this afternoon.