RAIN IS FORECAST TO DEVELOP LATER SATURDAY AND LAST THROUGH MOST OF SATURDAY NIGHT… MILDER AIR FROM THE SOUTHEAST MOVES IN AHEAD OF THE LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM… SKIES SHOULD SLOWLY CLEAR ON SUNDAY… MONDAY SHOULD BE NICE BUT A BIT ON THE CHILLY SIDE

A large low pressure system to our southwest will be transferring its energy to a new low pressure system that is expected to develop near the East Coast later today (Saturday). The new low pressure system will move northeastward up along the coast bringing a significant snowstorm to many areas of the Northeastern States. Mild air being drawn in out ahead of the low pressure system will boost temperatures here in Hampton Roads well into the 50’s, so frozen precipitation will not be an issue around our neck of the woods. Rain is likely to develop sometime this afternoon and it will continue well into the night. There may even be some heavy rain at times. The rain should end Sunday morning and conditions should improve later in the day as the low pulls away. Monday will be dry but temperatures will be on the chilly side. Most of the upcoming week should be dry with temperatures fairly seasonable for this time of year.

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