Rain and thunderstorms are possible through the evening and somewhat overnight. Some of these may generate periods of heavy rainfall that could cause flooding on roadways and in poor drainage areas. Should these storms occur in the saturated mountain communities, floods will be of concern as well.

Our Pinpoint Weather Futurecast indicates that by Monday afternoon the storm potential will diminish to about a 50/50 chance for widely scattered events.

However, later Monday night into Tuesday morning we may see some significant rainfall in Southwest Virginia.

Working outside Monday will be uncomfortable with high humidity, warmer temperatures, and the chance of precipitation.

Monday’s high temperatures will be a bit warmer than the weekend high temperatures were. But, not as warm as Tuesday will be.

Wednesday and Thursday will be hotter still with highs in the mid-80s to low 90s.

Enjoy the upcoming week and be safe!

Tab O’Neal
WFXR Pinpoint Weather