The winter weather advisory the National Weather Service issued Saturday for the Historic Triangle through 1 a.m. Monday has been cancelled.
The high Sunday is forecast near 39 degrees, with 100 percent chance of rain – new precipitation amounts between 1 and 2 inches possible.
But the area is not out of the woods yet.
Sunday night calls for rain and sleet likely before 10, then snow later, the NWS said. Chance of precipitation is 60 percent – new snow and sleet accumulation less than a half inch.
Expect slippery roads and limited visibility, and use caution while driving.
VDOT crews have pre-treated interstates and primary roadways in affected areas, according to VDOT.
Crews first focus efforts on roads that carry the most traffic, such as interstates and primary roads, followed by major secondary roads with vital emergency and public facilities, and other secondary roads and subdivision streets, VDOT said.
Prior to any travel, check www.511virginia.org for the latest road conditions.
To report weather-related road issues, go to https://my.vdot.virginia.gov/ or call 800-FOR-ROADS.
Additional information can be found at http://www.virginiadot.org/travel/snow.asp.
Traffic information is also available on Twitter @511statewideVA. For general VDOT information, follow @VaDOT. VDOT’s Facebook page will be updated throughout the storm.
Meteorologists predict a cloudy start to Monday with a slight chance of snow before 8 a.m., gradually becoming mostly sunny with a high near 39.
Area schools have not announced any cancellations or late-starts for Monday as of 8:20 a.m. Sunday.
There were also no reports of any widespread power outages in the area.