A front will settle in across our region while further weakening. It is unlikely the front will push all the way through our region before washing out entirely.
Although this front will not usher in a big change to our weather, high pressure briefly building in will help to suppress rain chances for the most part, despite ample low-level moisture in place. However, an isolated shower or storm will be possible Sunday afternoon, primarily across parts of the New River Valley, as additional moisture just outside of our region to the southwest continues to build.
Moisture to our southwest will continue to move in ahead of our next, stronger, front. We’ll notice more clouds and an increase in rain chances from one day to the next Monday into Wednesday. Wednesday will likely be our wettest day with numerous showers and storms as the strong front moves across Virginia.
Behind the front, a cooler and drier air mass moves in Thursday. This will give us a nice fall finish to the work week!
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