RICHMOND, Va. — A large and potent upper-level vortex will slowly weaken as it moves into New England weekend. Major coastal flooding along the Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula around high tide will continue through Saturday.
Rain chances over the weekend will be low, with only an isolated shower possible. Halloween night will be partly cloudy and seasonally cool, with temperatures in the low to mid 60s during the early evening.
A few showers will be possible on Tuesday as a cold front moves through the area. Another deep upper-level trough will take shape late next week, bringing more rain to the area and much cooler weather. It's likely we'll have frost and freeze headlines for parts of the Piedmont and Tidewater next weekend.
There are currently no significant tropical disturbances in the Atlantic Basin.
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