A cold front will pass through the region overnight, bringing some clouds and cooler weather for the second half of the weekend. Overnight temperatures will lower into the comfortable 50s.
There may be a little sun early tomorrow, but the clouds will quickly thicken. Much of the day will be dry in Metro Richmond, with rain chances gradually increasing later in the afternoon, and especially during the evening (after 6 P.M.) A pretty good soaking rain is likely overnight into the Monday morning commute.
Clouds will break for a little sun on Monday, but an approaching front from the west will trigger a few more scattered showers and potentially strong thunderstorms later in the day. Temperatures will jump back up into the upper 70s and low 80s.
Somewhat drier and cooler air will move in for the midweek period. There will be the risk for an isolated shower or two popping up Wednesday and Thursday. Afternoon highs will average close to 70°, with overnight lows in the 40s.
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