More sun & warmth after a chilly morning - CM 🍁
TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY
It's another chilly start to the day in southwest and central Virginia with isolated pockets of frost possible. The next two days will be controlled by high pressure. Sinking air associated with that means we'll be clear and cool in the mornings and warm/sunny in the afternoons. Temperatures reach the upper 60s in the higher elevations/low to mid 70s elsewhere Tuesday. We'll almost all see highs around 72-78° Wednesday.
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
A front will be moving in from the west, but it will have to overcome a lot of dry air. Clouds will increase Thursday with highs in the 70s, but the chance for light rain showers will be a) scattered and b) later in the day/at night. Temperatures only fall into the 50s by Friday morning. A partly to mostly cloudy sky (and a few stray showers) will keep afternoon temperatures lower as compared to Thursday.
Saturday will start in the mid to upper 40s. With a mix of clouds and sun, we'll see highs mainly reach 63-69°. Temperatures fall into the 40s by Sunday morning. Our aforementioned front now looks like it won't make a clean pass, but rise farther north. This lays the groundwork for increasing clouds Sunday with highs in the 60s. Some showers will be possible Sunday and again Monday.
Stand by for details on timing, amounts, etc.