Cold Front Causing Showers

November 27th, 2012 at 8:29 am by under Weather

We had some scattered showers this morning.  They were happening along a stationary front that ran right through southeast Virginia.

Region Radar This Morning

The front will turn into a cold front and will move through the region.  North of the front there is some pretty chilly air.

Weather Map Today

it’s so cold up north that snow was falling across northern Virginia into Pennsylvania.  We won’t see any snow here, but we will drop temperatures late in the day.  Tonight the showers will taper off as drier weather moves in.  Lows will be in the upper 30s to near 40.  Tomorrow we’ll have clearing skies, but the high temperatures are only expected to rise into the upper 40s.  This is Winter-like weather without the snow, and it is a big difference from last year.

We will warm up nicely into the weekend with highs heading into the low 60s.  Maybe even some mid 60s.

Meteorologist: Jeremy Wheeler

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