Humidity continues to drop off throughout the day - CM 👍
A front from the north could spark some hit-or-miss showers in the mountains of West Virginia. Otherwise, its main purpose is to bring humidity levels down. We'll be breezy at times Tuesday with highs in the low to mid 80s in most of the area. The NRV will top out in the 70s. The drop in humidity allows us to fall into the mid to upper 50s late Tuesday night.
WEDNESDAY THROUGH FRIDAY
High pressure takes control of our weather, leading to dry weather and more sunshine. This will also keep temperatures in the low to mid 50s Thursday and Friday mornings. Highs will be in the 70s and 80s Wednesday and Thursday afternoons. As high pressure moves east, we can warm up a few additional degrees by Friday. Most of us will reach about 85-90° in the afternoon.
FATHER'S DAY WEEKEND
A west wind Saturday will likely heat us up into the upper 80s and lower 90s, and it may be enough to prevent any widespread storms. Still, there's the chance mainly in the mountains. This, as a front comes close to the region and likely stalls nearby for Father's Day and Monday. At the same time, a tropical system near the Gulf Coast will probably throw some moisture up toward our front, giving us the chance for showers and storms each day.
Mornings will start in the 60s with highs in the 70s and 80s.