Thursday’s forecast of light snow has schools closing early but didn’t even bring a winter storm watch or warning from the National Weather Service in Blacksburg. NWS predicts snow will start falling around 11:45 a.m. and should end before dark with 1-3 inches of accumulation. That’s it? With temperatures expected to remain in the lower
Shooting photos of our student-athletes is a big part of what I do and it is an honor to do so.
Planning to go out today? If so, be careful.
The Old Dominion kicks off a four-day weekend as many county and state offices closed Friday for Lee-Jackson Day and the federal holiday for the birthday of Martin Luther King arrives on Monday. Good time to find a warm place to have some weekend fun.
A foggy, windy day for the area with a “special weather statement” and a high wind warning from the National Weather Service office in Blacksburg. “Locally dense fog” for the morning hours and a “wind advisory” join higher temperatures for Saturday. First, the fog: …Foggy Conditions Along The Ridges To Impact Travel… Locally dense fog