Clouds will increase a bit overnight, with lows in the mid and upper 20s.
A strong storm off the southeast U.S. coast Sunday should stay far enough away to keep much if not all of the area dry. We’ll see variably to mostly cloudy skies, with far southeastern Virginia potentially receiving some light rain during the afternoon. Highs will average close to 50°.
An upper-level system will swing through the Mid-Atlantic later Monday into Tuesday. A few rain showers will develop by Monday evening, with a change to snow overnight as colder air moves in. There will likely be some light snow or snow showers during the day Tuesday (possibly mixed with rain in a few spots, particuarly east of I-95). If we get enough snow to fall, some minor accumulations of a coating to an inch or so may occur. The best chance of that will be north and west of Richmond. After highs in the upper 40s on Monday, we’ll stay in the 30s for a couple of days.
Wednesday will be variably cloudy with the possibility of some flurries from time to time. Then dry and cold weather will take over for the end of the week into next weekend.
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