Off and on rain continues for the weekend, warmer weather is on the way.
Much or Southwest Virginia has been dry for Saturday, but more shower activity is expected to make its way into the region, especially in the NRV. On and off showers are possible for much of the Roanoke Valley, Southside, and the Alleghany Highlands. Scattered activity will move through the NRV, with heavier rainfall possible. Rain chances will continue into the evening hours for southern portions of the region.
Sunday looks to be a bit drier, but spotty showers are still possible during the afternoon. Cloud cover will be variable — between partly sunny to mostly cloudy skies. Temperatures will be warming up as well. Afternoon highs will be slightly above average in the low 80s.
Another chance for showers and storms will be rolling in for the beginning of the work week. Some storms will have the potential to become strong to severe. The storms’ timeframe looks to be during the late afternoon/evening on Monday.
Slight rain chances are still present for Tuesday, but the week ahead looks relatively drier after Monday. Temperatures will also be close to the 90 degree mark in many spots.
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