On Monday afternoon, we warm up into the 60s across Southwest Virginia.
Sunday starts off cold, but brings lots of sunshine and warmth.
Cloudy skies build in throughout the morning, then rain takes over at times.
Really cool start to the day, but high pressure moves closer and brings warmer air with it.
Heavy showers moving in from the south will bring heavy downpours at times with a few cracks of lightning and rumbles of thunder.
A conveyor belt of mild and muggy air continues to move in today, and will do so tomorrow too!
A conveyor belt of mild and muggy air is moving in this weekend. It brings overcast skies and increased rain chances.
High pressure builds in and brings mostly clear skies and above average warmth.
Light showers continue through the day, and the west facing slopes see some snow showers.
Wind chill lasts through the afternoon Monday. Over the next few days, temperatures warm up significantly.
Wind chill lasts through the afternoon today. Over the next few days, temperatures warm up significantly.
Winds will peak both Saturday and Sunday around lunch hour. Gusts near 30-40mph can be expected at times.
Really warm temperatures this afternoon.
Partly cloudy skies today with above average warmth again.
Partly cloudy conditions build in from the south and stick around for the first half of the day. We slowly clear up Thursday afternoon.
Partly cloudy conditions build in from the south and stick around for the first half of the day. We slowly clear up this afternoon.
High pressure is keeping our skies mostly sunny, but partly cloudy skies build in for parts of the day.
The majority of our region is no longer in a burn ban.
High Pressure Is Keeping Our Skies Mostly Sunny, But Partly Cloudy Skies Build In For Parts Of The Day.