Good Morning Central Virginia! We are having some great weather this week despite the pollen in the area. Really getting sick of having a yellow car! The weekend is shaping up just like the week with a chance of precipitation on Saturday but nothing severe is expected at this time.
Friday – Today will start out with plenty of sunshine in the morning as the high pressure is in control. A frontal system will move into the area by the afternoon increasing the cold coverage and a chance of spotty showers. Daytime temperatures in the upper 60’s to lower 70’s. Overnight lows in the mid 50’s. Chance of precipitation around 40%.
Saturday – Precipitation chances are increasing today with low pressure moving into the area. The warm front will continue to push off the coast as the low moves into the area. Atmosphere is not expected to be unstable so the chance of thunderstorms is low, but the threat does warrant at least a mention. Rain chances around 40% with a tenth of an inch expected, more if under a thunderstorm. Daytime temperatures reach the upper 70’s with overnight lows, upper 40’s.
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Sunday – Early Sunday morning the rain chances are still present, high pressure starts to build back into the area so expect drier conditions for Sunday. A large area of low pressure will move to the North, which will produce a partly cloudy day. Temperatures cooler with daytime highs in the upper 60’s and overnight lows in the 50’s.
The week ahead – The roller coaster will continue into the start of next week. Frontal systems move into the area given us a chance of precipitation and temperatures will be above seasonal in the mid to upper 70’s to lower 60’s.
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