🌧️Hour-by-hour look at rain moving into Central Virginia

RICHMOND, Va. -- A complex storm system will continue moving across the central and eastern United States this weekend.

Localized snow totals will exceed a foot with blizzard conditions possible across the upper Great Lakes and northern Plains.

This storm will bring rain to our area, with rain most common across southwestern Virginia on Saturday.  Some showers will expand eastward during the day.  It will be chilly with highs in the 40s.

While this will be just rain for the majority of the state, there could be some pockets of freezing rain in the higher elevations in western Virginia.

Rain will turn steadier and heavier Saturday night into Sunday morning.  We will see occasional rain in the morning through midday, with rain turning more scattered during the afternoon.

A warm front will try to push northward on Sunday.  There will be a big range in high temperatures.  Areas well northwest of Richmond will stay in the 40s, the metro will get into the 50s, and southeastern VA will break 60°.  Temperatures could get a little higher if the front is able to push north of I-64.

This system will exit Sunday night.  An area of low pressure will swing through on Monday with gusty breezes and the chance for a few showers.

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