Richmond, Va. (Newsradiowrva.com) - It now appears Hurricane Isaias' impacts might not be felt here in central Virginia until late Monday or Tuesday. NBC12.com Meteorologist Jim Duncan says some models have the storm slowing before making likely landfall in eastern North Carolina.
Duncan says the storm could drop as much as four inches of rain in spots. Where that falls will depend on the track of the storm. A more westerly track would bring Richmond more rain and heavier winds.
Duncan does not recommend heading to the coast, in any case, as the impacts will be noticable there.