We had around 0.40″ to 0.80″ of rainfall across much of our area today. Monday is looking drier, but it still might be cloudy for some as the storm system pushes to the northeast.
Monday will be dry, but still cloudy across the coastline.
Our models have kept a low layer of stratus clouds around the Eastern Shore and Virginia Beach Monday morning. By the afternoon, there could be some clearing. While other areas will see the sunshine, temperatures will be in the 40s Monday.
Tuesday is looking like a cloudy day, with some rain possible in North Carolina during the afternoon and evening. Right now, I’m keeping the chance for rain low with isolated showers possible.
In the week ahead, Wednesday and Thursday look sunny with a high near 50. Then by Friday, we could see another storm system moving across Virginia, bringing rain and snow to the region. At this point, both the Euro and the GFS have a storm system bringing a cold rain to Hampton Roads with the possibility for snow in central Virginia Friday evening and night. We’ll be watching this in the coming days.
Meteorologist Jeff Edmondson