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Freezing Rain Advisory for Central Virginia Area

February 5, 2014 Richmond No Comments

RICHMOND (WRIC)—Rain is on daub for a area Tuesday night with a probability of some
freezing sleet north of I-64 and west of US-52.  A frozen sleet advisory
is in outcome for locations north of I-64 and west of US-15.

lows will tumble into a reduce to center 30s overnight, though from Richmond
to a southeast we will see temperatures start to arise after
midnight.  Showers will be on daub for Wednesday by during slightest midday
in a area.  It will get warmer with highs in a top 40s and lower
50s to a distant west, and locations nearby a brook zooming into a lower
to center 60s.

Thursday and Friday are quieter with partly to mostly balmy skies on
daub for us. One small reeling will pass good to out south on
Friday with a few sprinkles in North Carolina, though it looks like nothing
will impact us in a area.  As distant as highs are concerned, we will see
them in a 40s. 

For a weekend, a continue settlement is really unsettled with
absolutely no agreement among a mechanism models, nonetheless alone day to
day coherence in what any indication says.  One indication suggests a storm
similar to 2 weeks ago when we waited perpetually for a sleet to start. 
Other have a complement to a south that scoots northeast off the
coastline.  We will see some light sleet on Saturday and potentially a
wet rain/snow brew on Sunday. Even a “snowiest” of a models suggests
no some-more than we have seen in a prior 2 storms.  We will see how it
all plays out.



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