ROANOKE, Va. – Following a series of storms Tuesday, we’re looking at a much more pleasant Wednesday ahead.
Check out this video of a shelf cloud in Allisonia as a line of storms moved from west to east. This was responsible for producing reports of wind damage in parts of the area.
We’ll be just about as warm Wednesday, but humidity levels will drop throughout the day.
This will allow nighttime temperatures to drop into the upper 40s and lower 50s, meaning we’ll start with a hoodie or light zip-up earlier in the day Thursday.
Humidity levels gradually climb heading into Saturday.
This comes as we track a storm system to our west. This will bring an increased chance of showers Saturday afternoon and evening.
Once that clears, the rest of the weekend looks to be in good shape.
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