Finally... it'll feel (and look?) a little more like winter!
We've got more rain ahead... and that's not a bad thing.
Punxsutawney Phil makes his prediction, and I reminisce about my experiences at Groundhog Day.
Still no winter here.. even if Punxsutawney Phil says otherwise tomorrow!
We close out January on a mild note, start February with springlike conditions, and look to the weekend for some changes in the mild weather.
Waiting for Winter? You'll have to wait longer, friend.
Warm weather and no snow have many people wondering where winter has been this year!
The first half of January brought only tiny amounts of snow to Charlottesville. How is our snow potential looking for the second half of the month?
A southern storm system will bring some soaking rain to central Virginia on Wednesday!
We haven't seen much snow in Virginia this season and it's a similar story for most of the United States.
After being in the deep freeze for a few days, the warming trend begins on Thursday!
We have some of the coldest air of the season arriving on Tuesday night, but just how long has it been since it's been this cold?
Winter has made a return to central Virginia. Some of the coldest air of the season is on the way!
This afternoon's updated Weather Authority forecast talks about the possibility for a few wet snowflakes in Charlottesville on Wednesday evening!
I've been getting lots of questions about snow, so that's the topic of tonight's blog!
The first half of November has come and gone. In its wake, we have a hefty rainfall deficit that just may get erased in the days to come!
We may be getting late in the season, but Sean has formed in the Atlantic Ocean and may get close to Bermuda!
Our final weekend of October brought some measurable snow to Charlottesville and the surrounding mountains. Are you wondering how unusual this was? Here's an answer for you!
If you watched the 5 o'clock newscast on Thursday, you may have heard me mention snow. It's no joke - there's a slight chance for a few wet snowflakes if everything comes together!
The tropics are still alive and kicking and Rina is our latest hurricane to form in this active season.
We all remember Hurricane Irene's track up the east coast in August, but even two months later, many beach communities are still cleaning up in the wake of this storm.
The wet year continues with more precipitation in the near-term forecast. Where do we stand for the year rainfall-wise?
October is about a third of the way finished and so far, raindrops have been few and far between!
An area of low pressure moving up from Florida will bring rain chances back to Virginia.
If you're tired of all of the cloudy, cool, damp days, change is on the way!
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