ROANOKE, Va. – Much like Easter Sunday morning, Monday starts out a little frosty at times. However, sunshine will be a restoring force in the weather - bringing afternoon highs into the 60s across much of the area.
A clear sky and calm wind will once again be the recipe for a cold night and early Tuesday morning.
High pressure remains overhead throughout much of the week, leading to brighter skies and warming days through Thursday.
Thursday will be the warmest, at which point the mountains reach the upper 70s and the rest of the area reaches the 80s.
Once high pressure breaks down, a weak storm system will bring the chance for scattered showers and storms late Friday into early Saturday.
We’ll turn drier the rest of the day Saturday before another storm from the west brings showers and storms Sunday. A cool-down will follow that.