RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR) – Even though we experienced a moderate to heavy snowfall Sunday afternoon and night, overnight temperatures did not support all of that snow on the ground surviving until Monday morning.
For example, CBS 6 viewer Dawn in Sandston measured four inches last night at 10:30 p.m. Her kids woke up disappointed when only one inch remained on the ground Monday morning at 5:30 a.m.!
Monday morning low temperatures stayed a degree or two above freezing, which allowed for snow melt overnight. And, of course, we didn’t freeze Sunday when the snow was falling, either.
But before the snow melted, many of you measured your snowfall depth. Here are some of your reports:
For a complete of snowfall reports in central Virginia, CLICK HERE.
Check out snowfall totals from other states impacted by this late-March snowstorm HERE.
Because of snow melt and continued snow lingering on the ground tonight, expect black ice to form Tuesday morning as temperatures fall into the mid to upper 20s to near 30 degrees.