Track Storms in Virginia

No snow? Half a foot? Computer models disagree

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RICHMOND, Va. -- Arctic air will arrive Thursday, keeping temperatures in the low 40s.

An upper-level trough will swing through the area Thursday night, bringing a round of light snow or flurries to the area.

A coating of snow will be possible in central Virginia, which could lead to a slick morning commute Friday.

Another storm system will approach the area on Saturday, but the impact to the area is highly uncertain.

Models solutions vary from nothing at all to a decent snowfall for central Virginia.

The timing, track, and strength depicted by the model guidance will evolve into clearer and more reliable solution in the coming days.

Updates are available on the WTVR app and forecast page.

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