Archive for November 11, 2014

A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM OFF OF THE SOUTHEAST COAST WILL BRING OCCASIONAL RAIN TO HAMPTON ROADS ON THIS VETERANS DAY… WEDNESDAY LOOKS MUCH NICER WITH MILD TEMPERATURES… A COLD FRONT WILL USHER IN A MAJOR COOL DOWN FOR THE REGION ON THURSDAY, WHICH WILL LAST INTO THE WEEKEND

As the headline states, a low pressure system off of the Southeast Coast will be close enough to bring some wet weather today across parts of Southeast Virginia and Eastern North Carolina. Although heavy rain is not expected, showers will be moving in from the south and southeast today with the highest rain chances the further south and east you are today (Tuesday). Winds should remain light today. The low will slowly move northeastward out to sea which should make Wednesday a much nicer day. Unfortunately, the mild weather will not last as a cold air mass approaches the region. Temperatures are going to be well below normal later in the week behind that cold front. The front is expected to stall off the coast and a low pressure system may develop along it bringing with it a chance of rain. According to the NWS, the highest rain chances appear to be Thursday night, but the timing of the ran may change so stay tuned. Right now, Saturday looks like it will be a chilly but sunny day. Clouds increase on Sunday along with another chance of rain Sunday night into Monday. Again, the timing may change with that rain event. Temperatures should moderate late in the weekend and early next week.

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