Scattered showers along with a few storms possible can be expected through about mid-morning Sunday. Best storm chances look to be across Southside northward to near Lynchburg.
Although the severe threat has shifted east and out of our region, areas east of HWY 29 may still have a storm or 2 become strong to severe around daybreak and through mid-morning. Stay weather-aware!
With the threat for severe weather still quite close to some of our easternmost communities overnight into early Sunday morning, during a time while most could still be sleeping, I recommend areas east of HWY 29 have a way to receive your weather alerts either by cell phone or NOAA weather radio.
While there’s a slight chance for a few isolated storms again Sunday afternoon, the severe threat will be farther to the east of our region at this time.
Sunday afternoon, most can expect to stay dry with highs in the 80s.
Monday looks dry across the region with scattered showers and cooler temperatures in store for Tuesday. Highs Tuesday may reach just the mid and upper 70s for many of us.