Skies will temporarily clear across most of central Virginia this afternoon and evening, but plenty of low-level moisture and light winds will again lead to early morning low clouds and fog. The clouds and fog will not last as long tomorrow as it did today, and we’ll see variably cloudy and warm conditions across the area. A weak disturbance will pass to our north, bringing us a few clouds and a slim chance for a shower on Wednesday.
Thursday and Friday will be warm and dry days, with the next storm system impacting us Friday evening into Saturday morning. The strong cold front associated with this system will move through the area early Saturday morning, bringing cooler and drier air to the region. The rain with this system will be confined to the period of 6 PM Friday to 6 AM Saturday, with dry weather for the remainder of the weekend. The cooler air mass will result in lows in the 40s Sunday morning, and highs in the low 70s, even with plenty of sunshine.
Another system will bring a chance of rain to the area early next week, followed by seasonal weather Tuesday.
The tropics remain very quiet, with no significant disturbances.
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