Temperatures reach near-record levels Thursday afternoon
Fall temperature swings continue this week with perhaps a couple chances of needed rain
Temperatures peak in the 70s and 80s Sunday, but they'll start in the 20s Thursday morning
This weekend will be a great one for checking out the leaves in our area
Scattered showers and a few storms expected Sunday...though not a complete washout.
Low humidity with warm temperatures will make for a nice Saturday!
Needed rain comes in the form of storms Thursday through Sunday
Our heat wave breaks down later in the week, making way for daily scattered storms
Highs mostly hit the 90s Labor Day through Thursday before storm chances rise
Sunny skies with increasing heat and humidity.
Seasonal temperatures and clear skies to start off the weekend. Still sunny with above average temperatures on Labor Day.
Another swing in temperatures gets us started for the month of September
Storms take a break until Monday
More than 100 million people across the country are under heat alerts, and starting Thursday, we could see another spike in our temperatures.
The heat index reaches above 100° in parts of the area Friday afternoon
It won't be overly humid to start the week, but it will be toasty
Temperatures climb from the 40s and 50s to the 80s and 90s in less than 48 hours
Not only is extreme heat dangerous to your body, but it can also impact your home.
We'll go from the 50s Saturday morning to the 90s Sunday through next Wednesday
It feels more comfortable Wednesday with another drop in humidity Friday into Saturday
A sliver of heat brings highs back into the 90s for southwest and central Virginia this weekend
Saturday will be a nice day! Get out there and enjoy it if you can!
Typical summer warmth and humidity returns for the upcoming weekend
August to start out feeling beautiful before storm chances return later in the week
Rain will be extremely limited on Sunday and any stray showers will be short lived. This week will be cool, not hot!
It’s no secret it’s hot outside, and on days like this one, it’s important to practice heat safety.
10 News spoke to experts about ways to beat the heat.
Temperatures reach the mid-to-upper 90s outside of the mountains
Temperatures peak well into the 90s Thursday through Saturday afternoons
Humidity levels drop, leading to sunshine and pleasant weather this weekend
Expect more stormy and smoky episodes throughout the summer, partially due to El Niño
Air quality won't be as poor as it was Monday afternoon
Smoky skies overhead. They will last through the middle of the week and our air quality will start to improve little by little through the end of Tuesday.
Smoky skies return tonight. They will last through the middle of the week once rain chances return. Our air quality will gradually decline overnight tonight, and then will improve little by little by Wednesday.
A marginal risk is in effect for all of our zones today, a level 1/5 risk for severe weather. Stay weather aware out there, and keep safe.
It'll be hot and sticky prior to any storms Thursday
The break in humidity won't last much longer, resulting in the daily chance of showers and storms
Highs still reach the 80s and 90s, despite the fact that the humidity isn't obnoxiously high.
We get a break from the humidity through Wednesday before it rises later in the week
Today will be fairly nice for most of us. Partly cloudy skies will build in through the day, and the chance to see a stray shower exists. Stay safe out there and enjoy the holiday if you can.
The overall amount of storms we see Sunday will be more than what we see Friday and Saturday
Scientists say global heat that inched into worrisome new territory this week is a clear example of how pollutants released by humans are warming their environment.
Storms through Friday and Saturday will be isolated before turning more numerous Sunday
Air quality gradually improves as scattered storm clusters move in from the west.
Air quality gradually improves as scattered storm clusters move in from the west
Smoke will lead to poor air quality at times again Thursday before leaving late Friday
Showers will be isolated at best through Father's Day weekend
Temperatures peak between 85 and 90° outside of the mountains Thursday
Highs reach the 80s in parts of the area Thursday and Friday afternoons
It'll be 84 to 90° Wednesday but 45-51° first thing Friday morning
Highs drop from the low 90s to mid-70s by the end of the week
Sunday is still comfortable, but temperatures are well above average for the very end of summer
That sunshine means warmer than average temperatures to start fall
Friday's forecast is brought to you by the letter 'F.'
Some parts of the area hit 90° next week
Rain chances gradually diminish between Tuesday and Friday
We're tracking a front that will bring storms, followed by a break in the humidity
High temperatures reach 85-90° outside the mountains the next several afternoons
Storms increase Wednesday before a noticeable drop in humidity later in the week
The long-awaited drop in humidity is coming, but we'll have to wait a few days
Storms will be slow-moving, creating the chance for localized flooding
Pattern turns wetter and stormier at times heading into the weekend
Temperatures reach the 90s outside the mountains through at least Thursday
Temperatures reach the 90s outside of the mountains Tuesday through at least Thursday
Most scattered storms Monday happen during the late morning and afternoon hours
Storms Friday have the chance to become severe, especially along and east of US 29
Storms the next couple of days will be more hit-or-miss than they've been throughout the week so far
Localized flooding will be possible in any storms that move over water-logged areas
The daily chance for slow-moving thunderstorms leads to the chance for flooding
Robert Jacobs is trying to help folks stay cool by driving around a 1967 white Ford F-100 and dressing up as a Good Humor Ice Cream Man.
High temperatures approach triple digits in areas east of the Parkway, especially Sunday afternoon
Experts say it's best to take your dogs out in the early morning or late evening when the temperatures have cooled down.
Storms mainly pop south of U.S. 460 Thursday afternoon
Temperatures will hit nearly 100 degrees over the July 22 weekend in parts of Southwest Virginia.If you need somewhere to cool off, the Salvation Army of Danville is here to help.
High temperatures outside of the mountains reach 95-100° during the weekend
Temperatures rose to triple digits in parts of the United Kingdom Tuesday
Temperatures could reach the mid to upper 90s this coming weekend
Highs reach well into the 90s (for most) each day Wednesday through Sunday
The forecast for the weekend is as typical as it gets for mid-July!
Warmth, humidity and scattered afternoon storms return to the forecast this weekend
Highs reach the 80s and 90s prior to scattered evening storms Tuesday
Temperatures reach well into the 90s outside of the mountains Tuesday afternoon
A handful of storms Friday and Saturday could turn strong-to-severe
There will likely be fewer storms Thursday than what we've seen in recent days
Storm clusters, heat and humidity continue each day the rest of the week
Storms Tuesday afternoon and evening will be capable of producing scattered outages or wind damage
Clusters of scattered storms dive from the northwest almost each day this week
Each day through Independence Day has heat, humidity, and at least some chance for storms
True to form, it will be hot, humid and stormy at times this 4th of July weekend
Enjoy the brief break in humidity through Wednesday morning
Temperatures are a touch higher than average for the end of June with cooler weather coming after some storms
The chance for hit-or-miss storms is slightly higher Sunday than Saturday
A few hit-or-miss downpours will be possible this weekend too