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Weathercast by Tommy Stafford, Nelson County Life Magazine
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Photography By Tom & Betsy Smith (Richmond, VA)
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Sunset in Nelson County
Want to say thank you to Tom & Betsy Smith of Richmond. They sent us today’s weather photo. Yea, it looks a lot like one Ann Strober sent last week. That’s because they have a place near hers in Nellysford. The Smith’s also sent a really nice e-mail with their photo:
Just writing to you and Yvette again to say how much we LOVE Nelson County Life and look forward to every issue. We patronize your advertisers, and have made several good contacts for handyman and other services, so be sure to let your advertisers know that your readers are paying attention.
I’m enclosing several photographs my wife took last week in Nellysford before the snow. We have a house near Ann Strober and share an enjoyment of photography. Feel free to use these as you see fit.
Again, thanks for a great paper!! It truly is PRICELESS!
Tom and Betsy Smith
Tom & Betsy, thank you for the kind words and we appreciate you reading!
Tuesday’s High / Low at NCL-Nelson County Life Magazine in the Rockfish Valley : 39Â° / 21Â°
Tuesday”s High at NCL-Wintergreen Nature Foundation on Devil’s Knob @ Wintergreen Mountain : 38Â° / 13Â°
We continue with our look & listen to local Nelson music artists. This week we’ll be hearing tracks from lefty mandolin & guitarist, Jeff Vogelgesang. Yep that would be Jan’s Smith’s hubby. You heard Jan week before last right here. Be sure to check out Jeff’s info below and learn how you can have Jeff and Jan come play at your very own event! Stay tuned to hear today’s cut as we head out of weather.
Tuesday was pretty much as predicted. Not a lot of precipitation, and what did fall wasn’t a factor. We saw some sleet across much of Central Virgina. In the higher elevations large snowflakes fell for a short time, but no one really had any accumulation since the temperatures were just above freezing by the time the moisture arrived. There’s a chance for snow showers again on Thursday, possibly beginning as early as Wednesday night, but just like the last system, this doesn’t look too impressive. Just some scattered snow showers, enough to let you know winter is alive.
After Thursday’s system we get some reinforcing cold air. By the end of the upcoming weekend we have a gradual warm up and chances for rain by Sunday. Temps Sunday into Monday begin working toward the 50Â° mark.
Remember to check out the latest entries on our site by looking to your left under recent posts. We have lots of neat stuff up there including recent news, restaurant specials, happenings at the local wineries and the brewery, just to mention a few!
Regional Current Surface Map via wunderground
And for those of you keeping score at home check the detailed numbers at any of our reporting NCL-Weathernet Stations for real up to the minute live weather data and detailed information including highs, lows, wind speeds, rainfall and much, much more, simply use the handy drop down menu on the upper left hand side of your screen.
Your Nelson County Life custom area forecast including: Three Ridges, Afton Mountain, Bryant & Heards Mountain
Wednesday: Sunny & slightly warmer.
* Highs Valley: 43-46Â°
*On the mountains: 34-37Â°
*Winds: SW 5-10 MPH
*OVERNIGHT: Becoming mostly cloudy with a slight chance of snow showers after midnight. Lows valley: 21-24Â° : Mountains: 14-17Â° : Winds: SW-5 MPH
Thursday: Mostly cloudy, breezy, with scattered snow showers.
* Highs Valley: 36-39Â°
*On the mountains: 23-27Â°
*Winds: NW 10-15 MPH with gusts to 25 MPH
*OVERNIGHT: Mostly cloudy early then clearing and cold. Lows valley: 14-17Â° : Mountains: 9-12Â° : Winds: NW- 10-15 gusts to 25 diminishing after midnight.
In the extended period: Friday, sunny with highs upper 30’sÂ° valley and lower 30’s mountains. Overnight lows, near 20Â° valley and 10-15Â° mountains.
The weekend looks generally dry with valley highs in the low and mid 40’s – mountains upper 30’s.
Rain enters the forecast by Sunday afternoon and evening.
As promised Jeff Vogelgesang takes us out with the title cut from his On The Lam CD. This one called On The Lam.
Have a great Wednesday everyone!
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Today’s title cut is, On The Lam.
See more about Jeff and his music by clicking here and on his CD covers above.