Rain will continue on and off throughout much of the day until this evening when temperatures cool back down some areas could wrap up all of the precipitation with some light snow.
While one to two inches of snow and sleet are still possible, forecasters now expect Williamsburg to see minimal snow and ice accumulation between late Saturday and Monday.
The NWS is advising those in Washington, DC, Central Maryland, Northern Virginia, and Eastern West Virginia to stay indoors. A Winter Storm Warning is in effect for counties south of 36 Highway, including Platte, Clinton, Caldwell, and Livingston.
Use caution when driving today as some roads may be slippery or snow-covered and visibility reduced.
- Residents across the Delaware Valley woke up to a coating or even several inches in some areas Sunday morning.
Parts of the the Triangle are under a winter storm advisory Saturday. "Roads in Goochland and Hanover counties are in minor to moderate condition, meaning that icy patches or snow could cover major portions of the roadway". Do not forget to give crews room and time to plow roads.
Crews first focus efforts on roads that carry the most traffic, such as interstates and primary roads, followed by major secondary roads with vital emergency and public facilities, and other secondary roads and subdivision streets. VDOT's Facebook page will be updated throughout the storm.