Today will be hotter and continued humid with highs into the lower 90s! In particular, Roanoke’s average high for this time of year is in the mid 80s.
Isolated storms are possible. Areas most favored to see any rain tomorrow will be north of US 460 as a front to our north drops southward before moving back northward tomorrow.
Although most areas will stay dry today, strong to severe storms are possible. The Storm Prediction Center has outlined parts of Southwest VA in a marginal to slight risk for severe weather.
Rain chances ramp up towards the end of the week. Remnants of Laura may bring in tropical moisture ahead of a cold front late in the week. This will lead to scattered to numerous showers and storms. Heavy downpours could lead to localized flooding late in the week.
Stay safe and healthy.
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