More snow could come Wednesday, just in time for the morning’s commute.
The National Weather Service is forecasting possible scattered snow showers beginning after midnight and continuing through the morning. It’s not expected to accumulate, and temperatures should rise to to a high of 46 degrees.
Monday night’s mix of rain and snow caused numerous traffic delays throughout the region Tuesday morning and one fatal crash in Norfolk. Isle of Wight County and Suffolk public schools closed for the day, and Portsmouth’s opened two hours late.
Here is a map of the snow totals across the area. Most of the snow fell between 2 PM and 10 PM yesterday with around 1 to 3 inches across most of the area. Expect a cool rest of the week with highs in the 40s & 50s. pic.twitter.com/HQCnQMJ5Ap
— NWS Wakefield (@NWSWakefieldVA) March 13, 2018
Initial forecasts called for about an inch of snow, but Chesapeake, Norfolk and Portsmouth all saw 2 or more inches in places.
This time around, meteorologists have issued a hazardous weather outlook for northeast North Carolina and southeast Virginia. Along with the snow showers, north winds as high as 24 mph are expected.
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