Much of Southwest and Central Virginia will stay dry for Monday, but a few isolated showers and storms cannot be ruled out.
A nearby frontal boundary will allow a few isolated showers and storms to develop along and east of the Blue Ridge Parkway this Monday. Otherwise, skies will be mostly clear across the region and afternoon temperatures will reach the mid 80s to low 90s. Monday will be our “coolest” day for the week ahead.
High pressure will build in on Tuesday, giving us fair weather conditions and plenty of sunshine. High temperatures will be a few degrees warmer, but still in the mid 80s – low 90s range.
As the area of high pressure sets up camp for the middle of the week, additional heating will occur. The New River Valley and Alleghany Highlands can expect high temperatures in the mid 80s – low 90s. However, Central Virginia, Southside, and portions of the Roanoke Valley could see temperatures soar up into the low to mid 90s. Stay cool and hydrated, everyone!
Spotty showers and storms return to the forecast Thursday and Friday, with additional rain chances expected for the weekend ahead.
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