A weak boundary will move closer and gradually work its way through the region Sunday night. The front should clear all of our counties by around sunrise Monday, so Labor Day is looking nice for any outdoor activities or plans.
Showers and a storm or two will be possible before sunset, mainly for areas west of the I-81 corridor and north of I-64. Outside of any storms that may develop, the rain should be relatively light in nature.
Overnight, best rain chances will shift eastward while tapering off in coverage as well.
By daybreak, rain chances will be exiting Southside with clearing skies behind the front.
Labor Day is looking nice with skies becoming mostly sunny by the afternoon. In addition, it will be less humid with highs in the 70s in the mountains to the low 80s across the Piedmont.
Tuesday will be dry and sunny with a chance for scattered showers returning Wednesday.