Posted By Andrew Freiden and Megan Wise 11:16am 3/2/2016
Updated at 5:37pm 3/2/16
Thursday Night/Friday morning is looking a bit colder, and that means snow is becoming more of a threat, and with the quick development of an area of low pressure to our south, there might even be enough moisture available to throw down a few inches of snow.
Here's a forecast map for 2am Friday morning, showing rain in Southeast VA with snow coming down in RVA.
There are even some signs that snow could come down HEAVILY for a few hours overnight and during Friday morning's commute.
Here's our first attempt at a snow map for what we are calling a "low to medium confidence" forecast. Some tweaking will be needed and in order to hit the high end amount of 3-5" inches, everything will have to go just right (or wrong, depending on your point of view).
Snow falling (potentially heavily) during or at least leading into the early Friday morning commute could have an impact on travel and school schedules. Start preparing now.
We'll keep our eye on it here in the First Warning Warning Weather...with updates coming through the day.