An area of high pressure has set up camp over Southwest and Central Virginia, meaning we will see a dry and cool weather pattern over the next few days.
For Saturday night, skies will become mostly clear and calm weather will be in place, allowing overnight temperatures to fall into the chilly 30s and 40s. A Frost Advisory will go into effect from Pocahontas (WV) and Highland (VA) counties from 2 a.m. – 9 a.m. as low temperatures are forecast to sink down into the mid 30s and frost may develop.
The fall-like weather pattern will stick around for Sunday and Monday, with afternoon high temperatures in the 60s and overnight low temperatures in the 30s and 40s.
We’ll see plenty of sunshine over Southwest and Central Virginia for the next several days. A gradual warming trend is slated for the middle of the week. By Tuesday, high temperatures will range from the upper 60s and into the mid 70s. Tuesday is also the first day of astronomical, which officially starts at 9:31 a.m. when the direct rays of the sun cross the Equator.
The warmest day for the week ahead lands on Thursday, when some locations may warm up close to the 80-degree mark. Overall, the upcoming week looks relatively rain-free with only a few clouds passing overhead.
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