Although temperatures are not as chilly as yesterday morning, they are still cool enough for a sweater or jacket. Most areas are starting this Thursday in the 50s.
It should be a pleasant fall afternoon with mostly sunny skies and highs climbing back into the lower 70s.
There’s just a slight chance for a few isolated showers late today as a front moves through the region. With the dry air already in place from Tuesday’s cold frontal passage, there will be little moisture ahead of today’s front. This will result in just a few showers possible. Most stay dry.
The big story will be the drop in temperatures behind the front. Despite plenty of sunshine Friday and Saturday, highs will be only in the 60s. By the way, average high for this time of year in Roanoke is 73 degrees now.
Another chance for a few showers arrives late Sunday with another front.
Stay safe and healthy.
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