ROANOKE, Va. – The start to the week has been marked with unseasonably cool weather - more typical of places like Oakland, California or Marquette, Michigan or even Fairbanks, Alaska.
Wednesday morning starts off with a subtle chill in the air, as multiple school districts get back into the classroom!
Our wedge of overcast skies and October-like temperatures breaks up, leading to slightly warmer air Wednesday and Thursday afternoons.
An isolated shower or storm will be possible each day, but most of the area stays dry.
Warmth and humidity increases with a pair of fronts nearby this weekend, leading to a more summer-like pattern.
It looks as though we’ll see more storms Sunday than what we see Saturday.
Storm chances linger into the early part of next week, which could then lead to localized flooding.
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