A stalled front will waver across Southwest VA through Friday. Several waves of energy will ride along the stalled boundary next few days, triggering scattered showers and storms today, tonight, and tomorrow.
The Storm Prediction Center has outlined our entire region in a marginal risk for severe weather. While widespread severe weather is not anticipated, a few isolated severe storms are possible. Any storm that becomes severe today poses a main threat of damaging wind gusts.
After sunset, scattered showers and storms will remain likely through midnight before tapering off to isolated showers.
Some of the storms today into tonight will likely bring heavy downpours to areas that have already seen quite a bit of rain in recent days. This will increase the risk for isolated flash flooding.
Thanks to high pressure, drier and warmer weather settles in for the weekend.
Stay safe and healthy.
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