Good Morning, Central Virginia. First things, first make sure you have a jacket this morning when you head out to vote. First frost of the season will be on the vehicles and grassy areas around the region. Thought we would have a nor’easter to talk about but looks like the models are pushing it off to the east and away from us.
Tuesday – High pressure still in control over the region. Will see sunny skies and a temperature around 50 today. Winds will be light
Tuesday Night – Clouds will start to creep back into the region. Slight chance of rain showers as the nor’easter moves near the coast. Chance of precipitation around 20 percent. Overnight lows in the mid 30s.
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Wednesday – This was suppose to be the day that really changes but we will see mostly cloudy conditions. Precipitation chances around 40 percent with a high in the upper 40s.
Wednesday Night – More of the same with the clouds and chance of precipitation around 30 percent. Overnight lows in the lower 30s.
Thursday – Skies will start to clear out and see a slight warming trend with highs in the mid 50s.
The nor’easter that was suppose to impact the area now is moving off to the east. Most of the forecast models show it moving off to the east and not really affecting the area with anything. There was talk of some some wintry mix and winds with this system but now we should just see a 40 percent chance of precipitation if anything at all. Areas to the North of Maryland will have to deal with what is left of the system as it continues to move to the north.
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