Snow is now tapering off across much of central Virginia. However, a bit more is likely through the evening to the east of Metro Richmond, from the Northern Neck to Williamsburg and south to the North Carolina line. An inch or two may accumulate across this region, and a Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect until 1 A.M.
Our attention will now turn to the temperatures lowering into the 20s. This will cause wet roads to become slick in spots overnight, with patches of black ice forming during the early morning hours. Tomorrow will be a windy and cold day, with temperatures in the 30s and wind chills likely remaining below the freezing mark.
The work week will start with a quiet and seasonably cold day on Monday. Then the next storm will move in on Tuesday, producing good rain chances as temperatures rebound into the 50s.
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