A FLOOD WATCH IS IN EFFECT TODAY (SATURDAY) AS RAIN MAY BE HEAVY AT TIMES… RAIN CHANCES DIMINISH ON SUNDAY AS THE LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM PULLS AWAY… DRY AND SEASONAL WEATHER WILL START THE WORKWEEK

A complex low pressure system will bring wet conditions to the Hampton Roads area today. A Flood Watch is in effect for the region, with the exception of the Eastern Shore. Inland areas that had snow last week may be more susceptible to flooding. Areas of fog are reducing visibility this morning. The combination of an upper-level trough of low pressure to our west and the frontal system moving into the region will bring the rain/showers. This system is very different from the storm system that brought rain and snow last week. It’s a much warmer system as winds will be mostly from a southerly direction today. Winds won’t be as strong as they were last week. The wind direction will switch to the west on Sunday, which will bring drier air into the region, but there still could be an isolated shower in spots. Monday should be very nice with mild temperatures. A cold front will bring colder conditions on Tuesday. That’s it for now. Thanks for reading and have a great weekend!

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