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Another Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for the Northern and Central VA Blue Ridge Mountains 5pm today to 6am Monday morning.

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The weather appears to be changing!
* Flurries POSSIBLE Sunday night - Mainly higher elevations
* Some snow/sleet possible Monday Night/Tuesday Morning mainly in mountains before some rains
* MAYBE some flurries/snow showers next Thursday night with cold air arrival
* Very cold next Friday/Saturday compared to what we have seen
* Snow chances increasing for some flakes at least between the 10th and the 20th for more of the region- First chance seems to be the 11th/12th

ALL Speculation at this point, but the forecast models are at least signaling the above! We will see how this all pans out!

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MAYBE some cold air coming NEXT weekend! Not this weekend! Why am I telling you now? Well, if you have decorations to get out it will be more comfortable to do it this weekend than next. It is time to do the winterization around your home! Fuel stabilizers in the gas tanks of lawn mowers, turn off and winterize water spigots, change filters and vacuum up debris for your heating systems, change car batteries if they are aged (look up online for your battery), Maybe test your snow blower so you will be ready when/if the snow comes later this winter (test now while it is still mild). Test Generators if you may need them this winter. Get the chimney cleaned out if you use wood stoves/fireplaces! Basically, do all this when it is still relatively mild versus when it becomes an emergency or really cold! The cold next weekend does not look like a sticking cold at this point. Highs will be in the 30s for a few days if it comes true. It just reminded me to do all the above! Busy weekend ahead! And it won't be super warm this weekend in the 40s, but not quite as uncomfortable as next weekend! ...

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Breezy weather continues today with highs in the upper 40s to upper 50s. ...

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