RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) - The First Alert Weather Day remains in place through late Sunday evening. While the rainfall has tapered off significantly in most all areas, a few more spotty showers are possible through late evening.
Of greater importance are the numerous flood advisories across our region. Some area schools have even issued closings and delays for Monday due to flooding. See full list here.
Take note of the flood advisories that cover just about all of the northern and northwestern one-third of Virginia:
An Areal Flood Warning continues for counties and cities east of I-95 and north of I-64, including most all of the Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula:
Are you ready for a chance to dry out? GREAT NEWS! Drier air will begin to push into our area from the west overnight allowing skies to begin to clear. While there may be some leftover clouds in far eastern Virginia Monday morning and even some patchy areas of fog elsewhere, a much better day is on the way for Monday!. In fact, get ready for a GORGEOUS day as skies become mostly sunny. We'll have low humidity and highs in the low 80s!
If you haven't already, be sure to download the NBC12 First Alert Weather App. We are updating it constantly and giving you the "First Alert" to the next big weather maker that may be coming our way!
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