PETERSBURG, VA – In an effort to increase capacity of the Crater Health District to place residents on the district’s COVID-19 Vaccine Waiting List, localities of the Crater Health District have opened COVID-19 Vaccination Call Centers.
The National Weather Service in Wakefield, Virginia has released a briefing prepared as of 3:15 PM EST Thursday January 7, 2021 in regards to the upcoming winter weather event on Friday. Some uncertainty still remains regarding exact snow amounts and timing. However, the best chance for accumulating snow (~1") still remains across Southern VA along/south of Hwy 460 and along/west of Interstate 95 on Friday. Timing of the event has changed somewhat in that we now think precipitation will start as snow and then transition to a rain/snow mix or all rain from late morning into the afternoon. A rain/snow mix or a transition back to all snow is then expected as the precipitation ends from west to east Friday evening into Friday night.
The National Weather Service in Wakefield, Virginia has released a briefing prepared as of 3:45 PM EST Wednesday, January 6, 2021 in regards to the potential winter weather event this coming Friday, January 8, 2021. Some uncertainty still remains regarding the track of low pressure that will move through North Carolina on Friday that could potentially bring a small accumulation of snow to the Piedmont late Friday afternoon into Friday night.
Excluding the City of Richmond and the Northern Virginia Region; On May 8, 2020, Executive Order 61 and Order of Public Health Emergency Three began easing business, gathering, and traveling restrictions originally imposed by Executive Order 53 and Executive Order 55 issued in March of 2020.