Archive for November 11, 2016

A VERY CHILLY AIR MASS IS ON THE WAY… HIGH TEMPERATURES ON SATURDAY SHOULD ONLY BE IN THE LOW FIFTIES… TEMPERATURES SLOWLY MODERATE EARLY NEXT WEEK… RAIN CHANCES INCREASE MONDAY AND TUESDAY AS A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM IS EXPECTED TO APPROACH FROM THE SOUTHWEST… COMPUTER MODEL SOLUTIONS DIFFER AS TO HOW MUCH (IF ANY) RAIN WE RECEIVE FROM THIS SYSTEM

A cold front will be crossing the Mid Atlantic States later today ushering in much colder air. Some portions of Virginia are expected to get their first hard freeze of the season. The front is not expected to produce any significant precipitation to Hampton Roads. Northerly winds will get quite gusty behind the front. On Saturday, temperatures probably won’t get out of the low fifties. Temperatures will moderate early next week. Then, on Monday, a low pressure system is expected to approach from the southwest. Computer models are not agreeing on how much (if any) rain will fall here locally. Some keep most of the deeper moisture offshore while others bring more significant rainfall closer to the region. The low pressure will move away towards mid-week and we should see a return to dry, seasonal weather.

On this Veteran’s Day, please take time out to remember our veterans and the sacrifices they have made as well as their families.

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