ROANOKE, Va. – Lynchburg tied its record high temperature Tuesday afternoon, and it appears that some of us will come close to doing that again Wednesday afternoon.
Some early morning clouds give way to sunshine. That should be enough to push temperatures into the upper 60s and lower 70s in the higher elevations and mid to upper 70s elsewhere.
High temperatures take a bit of a dip on Veterans Day. We’ll mostly top out in the 60s with increasing clouds and an increasing wind in the mountains.
This all comes ahead of our next cold front that will produce periods of rain. Some scattered showers will be possible Thursday afternoon, but the bulk of the rain comes in between 9 p.m. Thursday and 5 a.m. Friday.
We’ll be dry for high school football action Friday evening but breezy. This comes as low pressure winds up to the north and eventually sends some colder air toward us Friday night through the weekend.
Highs this weekend will range from the 40s in the higher elevations to 50s elsewhere. Bundle up if you plan on going to the Tech or Liberty games Saturday!
We’ll stay chilly and breezy at times through the early part of next week.