Weather Where You Live
Roanoke Valley: Prepare for a soggy Wednesday ahead. The morning will start off with patchy fog and scattered showers. More showers and storms are slated to move through during the afternoon and evening. The main concern for the day will be localized flash flooding due to periods of heavy rainfall. However, strong storms will have the chance to develop later in the day. Highs will be in the low 70s.
Central Virginia: Showers will be off and on for Wednesday. Soaking rains may lead to localized flooding in urban areas, in low-lying spots, and along creeks and streams. Storms will have the chance to move through during the late afternoon and evening hours. Strong to severe storms cannot be ruled out. High temperatures will reach the mid 70s.
Southside Virginia: It will be a rainy and cloudy Wednesday across Southside Virginia. The rain will be off and on with more showers and storms expected for the afternoon and evening hours. Strong storms may develop later in the day and heavy rainfall may lead to localized flooding. It will be mild with highs in the mid to upper 70s.
The New River Valley: Off-and-on showers are in the forecast for Wednesday. The rain may be heavy at times and flash flooding may occur. A line of showers and storms is expected to move through during the late afternoon and evening hours. A few strong storms may be incorporated with the line of rain. It will be cloudy and mild with high temperatures in the low 70s.
The Alleghany Highlands: Scattered showers will move through the region throughout the day. While there will be some breaks from the wet weather from time to time, there will be some periods of heavy rain. Localized flash flooding may occur. A strengthening low pressure system to the north may allow for strong to severe storms later in the day. An isolated tornado cannot be ruled out. Stay weather aware and alert when heading out today. Highs will be in the upper 60s and lower 70s.