Winter storm update – Saturday afternoon

ALL DATA TODAY (Saturday) suggests a colder and wetter system throughout our part of Virginia to start next week. Timing is Monday… from a couple of hours before dawn to late Monday afternoon. Plowable accumulations of sleet and snow are now VERY LIKELY. Conservatively, most locations are looking at 2-4 inches of a sleet/snow mix on the ground by dusk Monday. If current trends continue, those numbers will need to be bumped up tomorrow.  Be sure and follow the forecast Sunday for further refinements to the forecast.


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