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Special Weather Statement

Special Weather Statement issued January 15 at 8:19AM EST by NWS

...PATCHY FREEZING FOG EARLY THIS MORNING... Patchy freezing fog has developed this morning across portions of northeast North Carolina and south central Virginia. Visibilities are variable between one-quarter and two miles. In addition, temperatures are in the upper 20s and low 30s this morning, which may lead to icy spots on bridges and overpasses.

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Area
Brunswick; Dinwiddie; Greensville; Lunenburg; Mecklenburg; Nottoway; Southampton; Sussex

Special Weather Statement

Special Weather Statement issued January 15 at 8:19AM EST by NWS

...PATCHY FREEZING FOG EARLY THIS MORNING... Patchy freezing fog has developed early this morning across portions southeastern and central Virginia and is spreading north towards the I64 corridor. Visibilities are variable between one- quarter and two miles. In addition, temperatures are in the upper 20s and low 30s this morning, which may lead to icy spots on

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Area
Amelia; Charles City; Chesapeake; Eastern Chesterfield (Including Col. Heights); Eastern Hanover; Eastern Henrico; Hampton, Poquoson; Isle of Wight; James City; New Kent; Newport News; Prince George; Suffolk; Surry; Western Chesterfield; Western Hanover; Western Henrico (Including the City of Richmond); York

Special Weather Statement

Special Weather Statement issued January 15 at 7:31AM EST by NWS

...Patchy Freezing Fog this Morning... Patchy freezing fog is expected for a couple of hours this morning from roughly the Endicott, Ferrum region, south into the area of Critz to Martinsville, and farther south into the Danbury, Walnut Cove to Eden region. The freezing fog has the potential to deposit a fine layer of ice on surfaces, making them slick.

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Area
Franklin; Henry; Patrick; Pittsylvania

Special Weather Statement

Special Weather Statement issued January 15 at 3:52AM EST by NWS

...Light snowfall accumulations this morning above 3000 feet... Light snowfall accumulations up to 1 inch are possible this morning across the higher elevations of the east TN mountains and southwest VA, generally above 3000 feet. The very highest peaks could see up to 2 inches. The most likely window to see accumulating snow will occur between 8 AM EST and 12 PM EST.

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Area
Lee; Russell; Scott; Washington; Wise
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Currently

Fog/Mist 33°F
29.85in
Barometer
96%
Humidity
North 0.0mph
Wind
Fog/Mist

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