Tuesday is looking drier than Monday, but clouds stick around Southwest Virginia.
Pockets of dense fog have developed in the New River Valley and east of the I-81 corridor. Much of this fog is expected to dissipate by mid-morning. The National Weather Service has issued a Dense Fog Advisory for several counties since some areas of fog could reduce visibility to less than a mile.
Once the fog dissipates, mostly cloudy skies are expected overhead. A little sunshine will peek out later in the day, but cloud cover will be stubborn. There is a slight chance for spotty showers to bring rain to higher elevations, but otherwise much of the region will stay dry.
Temperatures will trend warmer as we head into the middle of the week. Values are expected to be closer to seasonal average, with the temperatures reaching the mid to upper 50s Wednesday and Thursday and possibly past the 60s on Friday. Our average temperature for the middle of November is the upper 50s. Dry weather is expected for both Wednesday and Thursday.
Our next chance for rain is forecast for Friday and into Saturday. Showers become more numerous Saturday, but not much is expected rainfall-wise.