Pinpoint Weather: Patchy dense fog develops overnight for some, trending dry and warm through the rest of the week

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The area remained largely dry on Tuesday with the exception of a few strong storms north of our area.

As we settle in for the night, we can expect some fog that could be locally dense in some spots – especially in parts of the Highlands, Greenbrier Valley and the NRV.

By the time you start getting moving tomorrow to head to work or to take the kids to school, some highways could be dealing with some dense fog.

Starting on Wednesday, we quiet down for the rest of the week with dry conditions. Temperatures are forecast to remain mild for this time of year.

By Sunday, we could see the return for a few showers and thunderstorms possible, but a better chance looks to come into the area as we start next week.

We continue watching Hurricane Sam in the Atlantic Ocean. The track of Sam has continually shifted a bit further east with each model run – now likely remaining even further east of Bermuda by the weekend; however, very heavy surf is anticipated there in the coming days. Along the east coast, increased surf and rip currents are still expected late this week and through the weekend, so if you’re planning a weekend at the beach, you will likely have that to deal with, if you plan to venture into the ocean.

Gary Boyer
Meteorologist

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