Morning Coffee Report 4-30-19

WEATHER FORECAST:

Wake up to 58 degrees and intermittent clouds at 6 a.m. on Tuesday. Temperatures will rise into the 60’s in the morning reaching 76 by noon.

Tuesday will be warmer than the past few days with very little chance of rain. By 3 p.m. the high of 81 will be reached.

By 7 p.m. the temperature cool to 73 degrees and continue to drop to 64 by midnight. Overnight temperatures will level out only reaching 59 by 6 a.m.

Wednesday will be mild with a high of 74.

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Public Service Announcements and Events:

Reminder: Town Stickers must go in the drivers side corner just to the right of the inspection sticker.

Tomorrow is the last day to pay for water and sewer before the late fee kicks in and the town sends out cut-off notices.

Upcoming Events At Westmoreland County Museum

MAY UPCOMING EVENTS:

CBHS Theater Presents STINKY CHEESE MAN ( and other fairly stupid tales)

May 3rd and 4th on the CBES stage beginning at 6:30 PM.

$ 5.00 for ages Over 18
$ 3.00 for ages 18 and Under ( Children under the age of 5 are FREE)

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Colonial Beach Spring Rockfish Tournament.

The CYC Spring Rockfish Tournament has been rescheduled for next week due to the bad weather we are expected to receive tomorrow (Saturday April 27th). The forecast includes high winds and adverse weather conditions. We want this to be not only a fun, but safe tournament, and believe this is the best decision.
​The Captains Meeting on now be held on May 3 and fishing will take place on May 4, 2019.
Please contact Commodore@ColonialYachtClub.org with any questions.

COMMUTER TRAFFIC

VDOT HOT SPOTS April 28- May 4, 2019 Highlights

NEWS:

(New) Town Works To Relax Mobile Vendor Restrictions

(New) Virginia Department of Health Warns Residents of Increase in Hepatitis A Cases

Sunday Tidbits

Downtown Colonial Beach Feels First Osprey Festival Was A Big Success

State Board Committee Certifies Two Finalists for Rappahannock Community College Presidency

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