ROANOKE, Va. (WFXR) — For Wednesday, slightly cooler conditions and cloudy skies are expected across Southwest and Central Virginia. A big warm-up is in the near future!
Light rain showers will occasionally pass through the region Wednesday. It won’t be a complete washout with mostly cloudy to overcast skies overhead. Although cooler temperatures are in store for the area, highs will still be close to the seasonal average. Expect afternoon temperatures to reach the 50s.
Southwest winds will bring a big warm-up to Southwest and Central Virginia for the end of the work week. Afternoon highs will be in the 70s Thursday and Friday. A few locations could work their way into the lower 80s. These are temperatures you would expect for early June! Thursday will feature variably cloudy skies while rain showers are possible Friday.
Scattered showers are likely Saturday as a cold front passes through the Mid-Atlantic. The highest chance of rain is expected during the morning hours, but the wet weather could stick around through mid-afternoon. Highs will generally be in the 60s and 70s.
Drier and sunnier weather will return Sunday, but winds will be breezy at times. It won’t be as warm outside, but temperatures will still be above average for the end of March. Afternoon highs will mainly be in the 60s and lower 70s.
Seasonably cool conditions are expected for the beginning of next week. Rain showers are possible both Monday and Tuesday with high temperatures in the cooler 50s and lower 60s.