SPECIAL UPDATE REGARDING POTENTIAL WINTRY PRECIPITATION MONDAY MORNING

Weather forecasters now believe that the combination of a cold front moving through the region, a low pressure area developing offshore, and overrunning moisture aloft from the southwest may bring a period of snow and/or sleet to Hampton Roads Monday morning. If this forecast verifies, the morning commute could be problematic. Although accumulations of snow do not appear to be significant at this time, temperatures are expected to be cold enough that we may see light accumulations on the area roadways. This is a very difficult forecast and it may change as we get closer to the event. Therefore, you should monitor the local media and the National Weather Service for any updates in the forecast. Any precipitation that does occur should end during the late morning hours or early afternoon on Monday. It will remain very cold and below normal temperatures are expected to last throughout most of the week. As it looks right now, Wednesday will probably be the warmest day of the week with temperatures expected to be in the 40’s during the afternoon.

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