Tonight: Increasing Clouds with a small chance for some light snow/flurries. Lows in the mid 20s. Wind: SW 5-10mph.
Thursday: Mainly Sunny with highs in the Mid 30s. Wind: WSW 10-15mph.
Friday: Mainly Cloudy with a chance for afternoon/evening light snow showers. Highs in the Mid 30s. Wind: N 5-10mph.
An upper level trough of low pressure continues to bring periods of unsettled weather to our area. So, expect another shot at some light snow showers/flurries tonight for areas around the Middle Peninsula and the Eastern Shore…and even a small chance for area in Northeastern North Carolina. No accumulations are expected. High pressure grabs hold of our area for Thursday, and it’ll bring sunshine. However, it’ll be cold with highs only in the 30s. Friday, a weak area of low pressure will move offshore of the Carolinas and swing some moisture our way…in the form of snow showers by the afternoon & evening. That system quickly moves out by the weekend, but an ARCTIC ridge of High Pressure will move in and take control of our area. This will bring some very cold air our way with teens & low 20s for morning lows…and afternoon highs below the freezing mark. So, brace yourself for colder days ahead. By early next week, we’re watching the potential for more wintry weather Monday into Tuesday…so, stay tuned.
Meteorologist Deitra Tate