More snow this weekend, frigid temps on the way
It looks like it could be another snowy weekend in the Farmville area followed by bone-chilling cold the following weekend.
Farmville is under a Winter Storm Watch from the National Weather Service that will begin Saturday, Feb. 6 at 7 p.m. to Sunday, Feb. 7 at noon. The watch says the area could receive up to four inches of snow. The town just received four inches of snow this past weekend. The bulk of the frozen precipitation is expected to fall between midnight and 7 a.m. Sunday morning.
The Virginia Department of Transportation has said since this winter storm is expected to begin as rain, no pre-treatment of roadways is being done.
It could be a second straight snowy Sunday with this weekend storm wrapping up well before the Super Bowl kicks off at 6:30 p.m. Sunday night.
An early look at Valentine’s Day weekend shows plenty of reasons to snuggle by the fire with a cup of soup.
The high temperature Friday, Feb. 12 is currently projected to be just 33 with a low of 16 and a possibility for snow in the afternoon. Saturday, Feb. 13 is expected to have a high of 33 with a low of just 6 degrees. Sunday, Feb. 14 will bring love in a cold climate as the temperature stays below the freezing mark at 30 degrees with a low of 15 and a possibility of snow.