ROANOKE, Va. – Most of this holiday weekend has been very nice!
A storm system to our west is flinging moisture our way in the form of rain Sunday morning.
By the afternoon, a gusty wind out of the west takes over. This will dry out the air with most of the rain shifting north and east of our area.
High temperatures will still be on the mild side Sunday afternoon, thanks to the downsloping wind. We’ll manage to reach the 50s and 60s yet again.
Colder air catches up to us Monday and Tuesday afternoons, as highs only reach the 50s each day. That’ll make for nice weather to decorate, although Monday will be breezy.
Our next shot of rain comes Wednesday in the form of another strong cold front.
A few rumbles of thunder will be possible, but the highest severe weather threat will be over the Deep South Tuesday.
Once that passes through, we’ll feel the wind picking up and temperatures dropping off for the first couple days of December.
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