ROANOKE, Va. – Saturday felt, looked and sounded like summer due to the combination of heat and storms.
Check out this picture from Ethan in Dublin of the hail that fell during one of the stronger cells.
We won’t see many - if any - storms Sunday, thanks to the fact that we’ll be much cooler. This is thanks to the infamous wedge, a northeast breeze that will bank cooler air and clouds against the mountains.
While highs struggle to hit the 70° mark Sunday, we’ll turn warmer and brighter Monday afternoon.
Tuesday will be pleasant as well. Come Wednesday, a weak front moves in, but it won’t have much moisture with it.
It will, however, bring temperatures down just a touch through Friday morning.
A lot of that has to do with a slight drop in humidity levels.
Expect mornings this week to be comfortably cool (in the 40s/50s) and afternoons to be comfortably warm (70s/lower 80s).