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Patrick Rockey’s Live VIPIR Forecast
The end is in sight! Our cool and dreary weather pattern will be ending soon and sunshine will be making a return. The bad news: some of the coldest weather of the season is on the way.
We'll wake up to some soggy weather on Tuesday morning, with a few embedded heavy downpours. And as a cold front crosses the region, we could see a change over to some snow on the northern Neck and the northern Eastern Shore. The rain and snow should clear the region by late Tuesday afternoon and the temperatures will drop into the 30s.
Expect plenty of sunshine through the rest of the work week with some very cold morning. On Wednesday, Thursday and Friday mornings we'll wake up to temps in the 20s. In fact, some inland locations will likely drop into the teens.
Warmer and wetter weather returns for the weekend.
Today in Local Weather History (National Weather Service)
1957 Heavy Rain: 2.12" rain Norfolk
2009 Heavy Rain & High Winds across South Central VA