Warm temperatures Sunday followed by snow on Monday

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"The Richmond metro can expect 2" to as much as 3" of snow.

Monday night: Rain and snow likely.

The winter weather advisory is in effect until 10 a.m.Thursday for Richland, Lexington, Lee, Sumter, Calhoun, Clarendon, Orangeburg, Sumter, Newberry, Fairfield, and Kershaw Counties. Accumulating snow will continue Monday as a low pressure system moves over the Great Lakes. After frontal passage temperatures are expected to taken another dip, with single-digit wind chills through Tuesday night, and possibly into Wednesday night as well.

Late last week seemed nearly like springtime in the Fredericksburg area, but the cold winter weather has returned. The overnight low is forecast to hit minus 4 degrees, with wind chill values as low as minus 20.

The cold wind chills will cause frostbite in as little as 30 minutes to exposed skin, forecasters said.

Mecklenburg County could see snow over night into early Wednesday, says the National Weather Service.

On Wednesday, the region should see partly sunny conditions, with a high near 27. Temperatures are in the lower 50s for most! He said there is a possibility of some slick spots on the road, particularly on bridges and overpasses, and temperatures will remain mostly below freezing for a few days after.

Sunday: An 80 percent chance of rain and snow, high near 39. Stay warm and safe.

Conditions will gradually clear Wednesday night, with a low around 15, but winds of 7 to 9 miles per hour will make it feel like 5 to 10 degrees. By Monday evening you will notice it getting MUCH COLDER following the cold front, as temperatures begin to plummet into the low 20s and upper teens.

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