NORFOLK, Va. — Scattered showers will develop late-morning Tuesday as a cold front approaches the area. Temperatures will reach the lower 50s by midday, then drop back into the 40s during the afternoon.
Scattered showers will be likely Tuesday night as the cooler air moves in. That cool air will have an impact early Wednesday morning, specifically for the northern portion of the Eastern Shore, Northern Neck, and Middle Peninsula.
It may help produce some wintry precipitation mixing in with the rain showers on Wednesday morning. Most of the rest of Hampton Roads will just see a cold rain on Wednesday, mainly in the morning, before it comes to an end during the afternoon.
More showers return on Thursday and continue into Friday before we finally start to dry out. That will be followed by a potent, but brief, cold blast, that will bring us some of the coldest air since Christmas. Afternoon temperatures on Saturday will only be a handful of degrees above freezing.
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