Rain Chances Return Tomorrow

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Tonight things continue to grow milder, lows in the 50s are expected for most as clouds and the wildfire smoke aloft help to insulate the area. Dry conditions still remain at this point.

At the bus stop tomorrow, dry and cloudy conditions should be expected for most. Things will be a bit milder but a sweatshirt or light jacket will probably still be needed.

Thursday we continue our gradual warm-up with another day in the mid to low 70s across the two Virginias. A few more clouds might begin to make an appearance at this point, a sign of a shifting weather pattern. Later in the day on Thursday we should see rain beginning to work its way in as clouds continue to grow as the remnant moisture from Beta moves in.

Thursday night into early Friday morning we will have to monitor for some minor issues with flooding. The main issues arise from just generally heavy rain in the forecast, and the fact that it’s been so dry recently. Sometimes the ground has trouble absorbing excess rain when it’s dried out!

Friday we see cloudier skies sticking around as what’s left of Beta continues to pile into the two Virginias. More rain will be expected throughout the day, it doesn’t look to be a steady rain at the moment mainly just passing showers. Towards the late evening we should end up on the drier side of things, but still hold onto most of the cloud cover. Highs will be a bit limited by the clods and rain looking to be in the lower 70s and upper 60s.

Saturday we dry things out for the most part, a chance of an isolated shower will remain in the forecast for now. Saturday should clear up some of the clouds with partly cloudy skies expected through most of the day. Highs will be in the mid to low 70s.

Sunday is also looking to end up on the drier side, with an isolated shower possible through the daytime. Clouds will still be around but skies should fall just a bit clearer than the day before. Highs hang into the mid 70s for most. By the late evening as the day transitions to Monday, a cold front is expected to pass through, this will reintroduce clouds late and bring rain back to the area.

Monday morning sees the exit of the cold front from the previous day with rain and maybe a stray rumble of thunder possible as the workweek gets started. Highs will take a small hit as a result of the passing front with most falling to the upper 60s with just a few low 70s mixed in.

Tuesday another front makes it way through, this one while not packing as much of a punch precipitation wise it will make a big impact on our temperatures. Highs will depend of the exact timing of the front which looks to be through the afternoon or evening right now. If it passes early we stay cooler, if it passes in the evening we’ll see a warmer day. For now highs are forecasted for the low 70s across the area.

By Wednesday some drier and cooler air begins to move into the area highs will start to dip by this point into the 60s across the region. Thursday will bring some small chances for showers as an upper level disturbance approaches the area, highs will continue to be into the 50s and low 60s for most as cooler air continues to filter in. Friday see’s a similar story a few showers are possible with a cool and well below average afternoon.

As the leaves start to change, be sure to take plenty of pictures and send them to us. You can do so on any social media platform and through email by sending them to weather@wvnstv.com

TONIGHT:
Dry and milder. Highs in the 50s.
THURSDAY:
Shower chances late. Highs in the 70s.
FRIDAY:
Small chance of a shower. Highs in the 70s
SATURDAY:
Looking dry. Highs in the 70s.
SUNDAY:
Rain possible late. Highs in the 70s.
MONDAY:
Unsettled. Highs in the 70s.
TUESDAY:
Rain likely. Highs in the 60s.
WEDNESDAY:
Looking drier. Highs in the 60s.
THURSDAY:
Small rain chances. Highs in the 50s.
FRIDAY:
A chance shower or two. Highs in the 50s.
SATURDAY:
A return to drier weather. Highs in the 50s.

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