Sunday’s severe weather remained in Southside and in North Carolina. There were a fair amount of hail reports but nothing overly significant. Each of the icons below shows where hail reports took place.

As we get into Sunday night, that risk will exit. By around midnight, we’ll begin to dry out across the entire region as a quiet overnight is expected. Gradual clearing is expected with areas of patchy fog developing.

Lows drop back into the 50s on Sunday night.

By the morning commute, some fog could be locally dense in parts of Southside where the rain fell harder and longer during the day on Sunday.

Monday looks to be a dry day with a good amount of sunshine across the area.

Temperatures will also be warming into the 70s in the mountains and the lower and middle 80s further east.

On Tuesday and Wednesday, we bring back the chance for showers and thunderstorms. Mild temperatures will continue into the mid and upper 70s in the mountains to the lower and middle 80s elsewhere.

Thursday looks mainly dry under variably cloudy skies with highs dropping back a few degrees into the 70s and lower 80s.

Scattered showers and thunderstorms are forecast for Friday with cooler temperatures – into the 60s and 70s.

Next weekend also looks a bit unsettled with highs in the 60s and lower 70s with scattered showers possible.

Gary Boyer