Spotty showers are possible once again today, not as widespread as the rain Monday and there will be a noticeable increase in the winds. Look for the winds to arrive from the west which usually warms the region a bit so expect temps to be on the mild side, but still a bit below normal in most locations. A Wind Advisory has been issued for most of the region for most of the day.
Once the skies clear and the rain ends, there will be a good chance for the area to get pretty chilly. The NWS has issued a Freeze Warning for portions of the Alleghany Highlands as well as western parts of the NRV tonight as temps will drop below freezing for a period of time that will be dangerous to tender vegetation. Protect your plants before sunset.
Wednesday will be the dry day of the week with high pressure overtaking the area. After a cold start we can expect sunny and mild weather. That pattern will quickly yield to rain on Thursday. The rain will linger off and on until Friday morning. There should be some sunshine on Friday afternoon, but another round of rain arrives on Saturday.
All in all, this week will be what would easily be referred to as “unsettled” with off and on chances for rain intermingled with some clear conditions. Overall, the rainy times will outweigh the dry ones.
Stay Safe and healthy.
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