The first significant snow of this winter season is barreling down on the Historic Triangle, making it a good weekend to stay home.
The National Weather Service predicts 6-8 inches of snow will fall on the Historic Triangle beginning late Friday and lasting through most of Saturday.
The snow is expected to hamper travel throughout coastal Virginia all weekend. And temperatures will remain in the 20s and 30s through Sunday, leaving little chance for the snow to melt before the workweek returns Monday.
Wind gusts are expected to intensify up to 35 mph on the backside of the storm, said Scott Schumann, of the National Weather Service's Wakefield...