Icy and slushy conditions will remain a threat overnight

Posted at 5:18 AM, Jan 30, 2021
and last updated 2021-02-01 07:24:30-05

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RICHMOND, Va. -- Areas of drizzle and fog are likely overnight, with some freezing drizzle where temperatures hold below the freezing mark. Most temperatures will remain in the low and mid 30s overnight, so even if there's not ice the roads could be slippery with plenty of slush out there. Be extra cautious when traveling and remember that bridges and overpasses are the first to freeze.

A few rain and snow showers will be around on Monday, with the highest threat north of I-64. Some spots could see a light coating. Leftover flurries are even possible Tuesday morning. The week will start cold, with temperatures in the 30s Monday, possibly reaching the low 40s on Tuesday.

Warmer weather will gradually return later in the week. Highs will be around 50 Thursday, and into the 50s Friday and Saturday. After a dry spell for a few days, some showers will be possible later Friday into next weekend.


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