Monday Morning Notes

Registration Opens for Santa Clause’s Stop in Reston — See Santa Clause before he takes off in the Brown’s Chapel Recreation Area on Dec. 12. Registration is limited to allow for social distancing. [Reston Association]

Current Hospitalizations in State Hit New High — “Virginia’s current coronavirus hospitalizations reached a new high on Sunday, according to Virginia Department of Health data. The statewide number of current COVID-19 hospital patients stands at 1,628, and the seven-day average is 1,566.3. That’s close to the 1,573.3 peak average on May 12.” [Reston Patch]

Stormy Day Ahead — “Get ready for a wild weather finish to November. A strong storm system develops and moves through… bringing a mix of hazards to our area in a short time frame, capped off by the potential for strong to possibly severe storms Monday afternoon. No specific warnings or advisories have been issued, but expect a good soaking of one to two-plus inches of rain (and some wild temperature swings).” [Capital Weather Gang, Twitter]

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