It should be noted that model guidance continues to suggest a period of rain/snow or a brief changeover to all snow will occur even across portions of Hampton Roads and Northeast NC Friday night before the precipitation ends. The Richmond Metro itself is not expected to receive more than a coating of snow.
Low pressure passing through North Carolina will bring a mix of rain
and snow on Friday.
A small accumulation of heavy, wet snow is expected.
Best chance for accumulating snow (~1") remains along/south of US 460 and along/west of I-95.
A mix of rain and snow is possible even into Hampton Roads and northeast North Carolina as the precipitation arrives Friday morning and ends Friday night. Little to no snow accumulation expected.
A Winter Weather Advisory is now in effect for Lunenburg and Mecklenburg County beginning 4 AM EST Friday.
Plan on the possibility of slippery road conditions, especially within the advisory area. These hazardous conditions could impact the morning and evening commute.
No freezing rain or ice will occur with this event.
Confidence is moderate for snow amounts and timing.
Continue to monitor the forecast for the latest information and updates.