ROANOKE, Va. – As high pressure continues to build over the Eastern U.S., temperatures continue to rise in southwest and central Virginia.
Expect high temperatures in the upper 70s in the NRV and parts of the Highlands. The rest of the area will see temperatures rise into the low to mid 80s Wednesday afternoon!
These are your average temperatures in early-to-mid June, though at that point you typically get more humidity.
Regardless of temperature, the sun’s rays are stronger this time of year. The UV Index is at 7 Wednesday, which means a half hour of unprotected skin can result in sunburn.
This won’t necessarily be an issue the later in the week we go. Moisture rides north toward a front nearby. That will trigger a few late day showers and storms Thursday.