NOAA’s National Weather Service has issued the following.
Tonight/Thursday Winter Storm – A more significant winter storm will affect the region this evening though midday Thursday. Some uncertainty still remains with regard to storm track, and location of the heaviest snowfall. However, we still feel that SE VA/NE NC will see the brunt of the snow, with up to 7 inches of snow possible across southeast VA (southside Hampton Roads) and interior NE NC. In addition, some sleet and/or freezing rain will occur in NE NC, which should hold down snowfall totals. Snow totals will drop off north and northwest of the heaviest amount, with 1″-3″ expected across our far northern areas in VA, and the Lower Maryland Eastern Shore. Winds are not expected to be a factor in this event, with 10-20 mph winds near the Bay/Ocean/Sounds, and 10-15 mph elsewhere. No coastal flooding is anticipated, as tide levels will remain near normal through the event.
Please click on WinterBriefing_02252015_8am for a breakdown of expected snow totals. Note: You can click on the graphics for the latest snow/ice accumulation maps.

SOURCE: Virginia Maritime Association

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