A strong cold front responsible for severe thunderstorms across 10 states is making its way toward Virginia. There’s a slight risk for severe thunderstorms tonight and strong winds capable of damaging homes and other property.
A quick round of 1-2” of snow will arrive later this afternoon, making for a complicated evening commute.
Nearly two inches of snow blanketed most of central Virginia on Thursday, leading to some isolated power outages and widespread enjoyment of a four-day weekend.
So, about that temperature forecast for this weekend…what happened? The short answer: the wedge always wins. This one had forecasters from Richmond to New York City fooled.
While this weekend remains cool, we’re looking at a pretty healthy warmup – along with some rain – by later next week.
Despite the wishes and hopes of many, Richmond has failed to tally any official snowfall yet this season. If you’re hoping for some soon, you’re going to have to wait a little longer.
A strong Christmas Day storm has created blizzard-like conditions across parts of the south and spawned multiple tornadoes near the Gulf Coast. This storm moves into the mid-Atlantic on Wednesday; here’s what to expect.
We’re kicking off the holidays right – with a lesson in satellite meteorology. The wind will do its best “annoying Aunt Nancy” impression for one more day before conditions become a bit more mild for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Got post-Christmas travel plans? Keep an eye on the forecast – things could get messy.
We’ve fallen into a very interesting pattern over the last three weeks. Would you believe it’s been an average of nearly 20 degrees warmer over the last three Mondays compared to the last three Thursdays?
It’s a repeat of last weekend – we’re going to make another run at 70 degrees both Saturday and Sunday. The warm weather is short-lived, unfortunately; we’ll be back to December-like temperatures by the middle of next week.