The storm that brought a lot of rain to Central Virginia and snow to the western part of the state has moved away, soon to be followed by another, much weaker system.
That clipper storm will soar across southern Virginia Thanksgiving day, with more light rain likely from morning through early afternoon, with some snow mixed in at times. Highs will top out in the middle 40s with brightening skies later in the day.
Friday will be a sunny but cold day for post Holiday shoppers, with highs only in the lower 40s. The weekend will be dry, with a slow warm-up arriving by Sunday.
Next week could turn interesting again, as a backdoor cold front will drop across the area Monday night, and colder surface air with light moisture north of the front Tuesday could bring some freezing precipitation, especially over the western portions of the state. Might be something to keep an eye on.