Listen: Virginia And Three Days discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal
"If the storm comes through correctly. But we're still waiting to see based on the narrative, I was reading this morning. Whether this thing is going to be a wet storm, which would sure be a mess. My gosh. The, you know, the problem with the wet snow if you're new to central Virginia is that everything here is geared towards dry snow. And so when you get the wet snow and you get the ice on the power lines. These power lines start going down the trees start falling over the next thing. You knew got entire neighborhoods that are without electricity, and it just hard to respond. I think our infrastructure just not built with those severe winters in mind over the years. That's been my observation. It's the wet snow that starts to worry me. That takes it from the picture perfect. Hey, it's the beginning of the winter season. And we all go out and get our pictures. Out the front yard. And it's exciting to this is a mess, and we're miserable about three days in. We'll be don't have. We'll be don't have electricity. So to answer your question, if you're waking up with us this morning wondering if we're going to see snow, we still don't know. I would prepare for something a wintry weather on Sunday afternoon. We think into Monday morning prepare potentially for."