Thursday will start off with below-freezing temperatures in the 20s and teens.
While a few locations set new low temperature records for November 13, we’re not expecting record-breaking low temperatures Thursday morning. There will be a *slight* warm up Thursday afternoon, with temperatures reaching the 40s. This is still well below-average for this time of year when averages are in the upper 50s.
A developing storm system over the southeastern United States could bring a little rain to parts of Southwest Virginia. Clouds will increase Thursday afternoon and into Friday. Some of our Piedmont counties (Halifax, Pittsylvania, Charlotte) could see spotty showers Thursday evening and into Friday. Much of the region will stay dry otherwise.
High temperatures on Friday will be in the low 50s, with variable cloud cover overhead. Temperatures remain below-average and the dry weather persists for the weekend and into the beginning of next week.