ROANOKE, Va. – Our break in humidity has come to an end, though it was nice while it lasted.
Thursday starts with hours of sunshine, leading to high temperatures reaching the 80s and 90s.
A few isolated storms may develop in the heat of the day - after 3 or 4 p.m. However, the greater chance of storms will come in from the northwest after 8 p.m. or so.
This comes as a cluster of storms dives down from the northwest. It’ll gradually weaken as it moves through our area.
The risk for severe weather is greatest in West Virginia prior to sunset.
This will suck enough energy out of the atmosphere, leaving us with isolated storms late in the day on Friday.
The rest of the weekend is pretty typical for summer time - heat, humidity and the chance for scattered afternoon and early evening thunderstorms.