|Moon Phase||Waning Crescent Moon|
Wind speeds will decrease over the next several hours, allowing the red flag warning to expire. Dry air, lighter winds, and clear skies will result in a cool night, with temperatures falling into the upper 30s and low 40s by Thursday morning. Temperatures will rebound nicely during the day, with high temperatures very similar to what we experienced today. Lighter winds will make it feel a little warmer in most areas.
A storm system currently moving through the Plains will bring showers and thunderstorms to the Commonwealth on Friday. The rain could impact the start of Friday night's 250 at RIR, but the rain should shift east of the track by mid-evening.
The weekend continues to look dry and seasonally warm, with upper 70s and low 80s Saturday, followed by low to mid 70s Sunday.
A large and slow-moving storm system will impact the region during the first half of next week, bringing central Virginia a good chance of rain, as well as the threat for severe weather. Monday should be a mainly dry day, with only very low rain chances. The chance for rain and storms will increase dramatically on Tuesday, with rain remaining likely into Wednesday.
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