Here are some of the share-worthy stories from Virginia and DC Patches to talk about tonight:
As we inch closer to winter, the first look at a winter weather forecast has been released for the 2020-21 season in northern Virginia. The DC region could experience slightly warmer winter temperatures this year, according to the latest forecast released by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
A suspect died Monday morning after two shootings in Old Town North, according to Alexandria Police.
The Virginia Department of Health reported 904 new cases of the coronavirus Monday, bringing the cumulative total to 174,275. The new cases include 273 in the southwest region, 229 in the northern region, 169 in the central region, 148 in the northwest region and 85 in the eastern region.
Even with the number of hospitalizations and deaths due to the coronavirus down across Virginia in the past week, health experts have advice for those looking forward to holiday celebrations: It's not a good idea.
Hunter Mill Supervisor Walter Alcorn's announcement Friday that he did not support changing the Reston Comprehensive Plan to allow redevelopment of the Hidden Creek Golf Course drew a swift response from the property's owners.
Loudoun County government and civic leaders joined residents Saturday to walk from the Cascades Senior Center to an early voting location in Sterling as part of a get-out-the vote effort 10 days before the Nov. 3 election.