A major winter storm is approaching the Mid-Atlantic region and likely will bring rain, ice, snow, and freezing conditions Wednesday, Dec 16.
As of late Sunday afternoon, Dec 13, the storm appears to be moving to our north and bringing only rain and cold weather to us. However, conditions can change.
This is the current weather statement from the National Weather Service Office, Wakefield VA. As of 4:15 PM EST, Sunday, Dec 13: Before the potential wintry weather on Wednesday, we will have to deal with a wet day tomorrow. Moderate to heavy rain overspreads the region later tonight into tomorrow morning with 1″ to 1.5″ of rain expected. We will post more details on the Wednesday event this evening.
Moderate to heavy rain in our area Monday, Dec 14. Our area is in the 1 – 1.5 inch rain band.
Watch this website — we will post daily weather information for the next few days.
We recommend you check the weather forecast on the NWS Wakefield VA site as well as watching local TV stations from Richmond or DC.
Monday, Dec 14: Hi 46, Lo 32; Periods of rain
Tuesday, Dec 15: 44, 31; Partly sunny
Wednesday, Dec 16: 48, 35; Rain
Thursday, Dec 17: 41, 32; Periods of sun and clouds
Friday, Dec 18: 42, 28; Clouds and sun