The system that brought plenty of rainfall to Southwest Virginia is moving off the coast Wednesday morning.
Rainfall coverage has become spotty across much of the region for Wednesday morning. Light rain and drizzle is still possible from time to time, but overall this rainfall event will come to an end later in the day. A little sunshine may peek out during the afternoon, but skies will remain overcast to mostly cloudy. High temperatures will still be below average, reaching the 50s across the area.
High pressure builds in for Thursday, meaning fair weather returns to the forecast. Expect plenty of sunshine and seasonal temperatures in the upper 50s/low 60s. However, low temperatures overnight will be in the chilly low 40s and 30s.
The weather will be pretty quiet as we enter the weekend. A warming trend will take place and temperatures will warm up into the upper 60s and low 70s for Friday and Saturday. Mostly sunny skies are expected for the next few days before clouds slowly increase on Sunday.
A weak front will bring a slight chance for rain on Sunday, but we’re seeing better chances for wet weather as we get closer to Monday and Tuesday of next week.
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