While Monday flirted with record heat, there's a cold front moving in which could bring snow to parts of Central Virginia.
The First Warning Weather specialists will have the forecast next on 12News at 5. Click here to WATCH LIVE: nbc12.com/live
The team of meteorologists will also reveal their winter outlook for Central Virginia and be giving callers a personalized travel forecasts for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Clouds will gradually increase across Central Virginia Monday night and an isolated shower or two can't be ruled out as a cold front passes over the area. Temperatures will drop a bit Tuesday and as an area of low pressure forms off the coast of North Carolina and tracks northeast, some rain could move in to areas southeast of Richmond as early as Tuesday evening.
However the real frosty weather will come on Wednesday. It will gradually spread northwest through the night and moderate to heavy rain will continue through Wednesday afternoon.
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