A front will slowly work through Southwest Virginia today before stalling to our south tomorrow.
As the front moves through, just a stay shower or storm will be possible. Most of us will stay dry with lots of sunshine.
The front will likely push into the eastern third of our region by mid to late afternoon, triggering isolated storms ahead of it.
The Storm Prediction Center has outlined parts of Central and Southside Virginia in a marginal risk for severe weather. Any storm that becomes severe today poses the main threat of damaging winds.
Behind the front, drier air filters in, giving us mostly sunny skies and making it feel less humid. Highs will be typical for this time of year, in the mid 80s.
Rain chances ramp up Wednesday as an area of low pressure rides along the front to our south. We’ll see scattered showers and storms more likely midweek.
Stay safe and healthy.
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