Foggy conditions invaded the Shenandoah Valley Tuesday as icy conditions gave way to heavy rain and rising temperatures.
From this spot on the road, the Appalachians are layered against the western sky with higher West Virginia mountains in the background. Not today. As I drove home shortly before dark, the fog had settled over my corner of Augusta County, kind of like a hidden village under the clouds ... our own Brigadoon, if you may.
After dark, the rains increased as temperatures rose. The forecast says the temperature could rise a couple more degrees overnight before a second blast of cold air in the morning moves in to complicate matters even more. We're keeping an eye on NBC-29 for weather updates. Safe travels to all who are headed to Thanksgiving destinations.
Photos by Lynn R. Mitchell
November 26, 2013