Rain expected during McAuliffe Inauguration

RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR) – Winds will be blustery at times Saturday from the south at 15 to 25 mph. In Richmond, highs could touch 70 degrees Saturday afternoon, which is close to record levels for January 11.

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Terry McAuliffe Inauguration PromoAfter several rounds of rain Saturday morning (yes, it will likely be wet for the Inauguration at the State Capitol), there will be a couple of rounds of gusty showers and thunderstorms Saturday afternoon ahead of the approaching surface cold front linked to the storm system.

There is the slight risk for damaging wind gusts out of the storms ahead of the cold front Saturday afternoon through evening for the southeast half of Virginia (including Richmond).

The threat will shift east of I-95 by 8 p.m. and completely exit Virginia by 11 p.m. Saturday.

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7 comments

  • John

    The rain is the tears of Virginians, because they know the state has been destroyed by the plague of carpet baggers fleeing the host’s they have already destroyed! These same people flee places like MD, NY, MA, and NJ to get away from the horrendous taxes at all levels, then continue to vote for the same kind of people that destroyed those states!

    • Manalishi

      Giftgate was a childish joke compared to the oppressive transportation bill. last word was Terry is still under federal investigation, but surely holder will sweep that under the rug.

  • Clown Show Watcher

    The forecast high yesterday was 49. The actual high temperature was 38 degrees. Carrie Rose needs to get into another line of work. She’s just not good at this.

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