ROANOKE, Va. – Sunny skies last the majority of this week until our next front comes pushing through. After that, a big cool down will bring us well below-average temperatures starting this upcoming weekend.
Monday will feature plenty of sun! It’s a great day to get outdoors and take the kids or grandchildren to the park after school. It is also a great day to play outdoors with the pups.
October is here! Unfortunately, we will be losing daylight as we progress through the month. The sun will rise later and set earlier by an average of about a minute each day this month.
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Daytime high temperatures will be above average for most of this week. High pressure is the reason for this and is also the reason for the sunny skies. On Friday, the flip in our trends happens and cooler-than-average temperatures will move in for a bit.
High pressure also limits our rain chances through Friday. This is when low pressure will sweep across the region and bring us isolated to scattered rain chances.
The coverage of rain later this week will start Thursday night and then move out by Saturday morning. We aren’t expecting heavy rainfall with this system at the moment, but some of us will see some much-needed rain.
Here is a look at the next seven days. Sunshine and warm temps for a while, then rain, then a big-time cool down!
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