A Few Rain And Snow Showers Possible Early Monday

By: Meteorologist: Greg Armbrecht
By: Meteorologist: Greg Armbrecht

Expect partly cloudy skies tonight with overnight lows near freezing for inland areas to upper 30 along the coast.

Late tonight clouds will begin to overspread the area from the west as a weak clipper system moves in this direction.

Late tonight into early Monday expect some light precipitation to overspread the area especially to the north of highway 264.

With cold air in place the rain showers will likely mix with some snow especially along the Virginia border.

Northampton and Halifax counties are under a winter weather advisory for the chance of some minor accumulations.

For most areas the precipitation will not fall hard enough to accumulate on such a warm ground but for areas along the Virginia border it will be possible for a light dusting of snow on grassy surfaces if there is a quick burst of snow.

Any rain or snow showers that fall early Monday will quickly move off of the coast by early afternoon with clearing skies late in the day.

Temperatures Monday morning will be in the 30s and will quickly rebound to the upper 40s to lower 50s by the end of the day.

Tuesday we will see a return to sunny skies but high temperatures will still be running below average in the 50s.

Much warmer temperatures will return by the middle to end part of the week with 60s likely Wednesday followed by lower 70s for Thursday and Friday.

Have a great week.

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