It’s a dry start to the week with the quiet weather continuing into Monday.
Morning temperatures will be on the chilly side to start off the day. Many locations will be in the 30s with a few spots falling into the upper 20s. However, afternoon high temperatures will range from the low to mid 50s. A mixture of sunshine and clouds will be overhead for much of the day, but more clouds will build in late Monday.
Our next chance for rain in Southwest Virginia is slated for Tuesday. A cold front will move through later in the day, bringing the chance for rain along with it. Pockets of heavier rainfall are possible at times, but we’re generally looking at around a quarter of an inch. Flooding is not a concern, but you may want to keep an umbrella on you for late Tuesday.
While a few stray showers are possible early Wednesday morning, the remainder of the week is looking pretty dry. High temperatures will be in the 50s for Tuesday and Wednesday. Colder air will slowly filter in with afternoon temperatures in the 40s for Thursday and Friday. Below-freezing mornings return to the forecast for early Friday and Saturday morning. Prepare for low temperatures in the low 20s and into the upper teens.
The weekend is looking dry though. Expect high temperatures in the 50s and only a few clouds overhead.
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