As for this morning’s commute, areas of fog will slow motorists. This is especially true west of the Parkway.
A cold front moves in slowly from the north through the day. Ahead of it, there’s a chance for scattered showers and storms. Most areas will stay dry.
While severe weather is not anticipated, any of the storms that develop may bring a heavy downpour.
Rain chances continue through the weekend as a cool, northeast wind sets up across the region. This will put us in cloudy skies with much cooler temperatures. Highs tomorrow will be about 10 degrees cooler. Showers from time to time can be expected Saturday.
Sunday, a strong cold front moves across Southwest VA. This will trigger scattered storms ahead of it. Behind it, a gradual clearing of skies is anticipated for Monday.
Stay safe and healthy.
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