The coastal low that brought us the rain today will move northeast tonight through Thursday, allowing drier and milder weather to return to the region. Scattered showers will come to an end across central and eastern Virginia this evening, with gradual clearing overnight. Thursday will be a dry and milder day, but scattered clouds associated with the departing low will redevelop in the late morning and afternoon hours. It will continue to be breezy on Thursday, with northwest winds of 10 to 20 mph.
Friday will be a mostly sunny and seasonally warm day. The weather will remain very pleasant over the weekend, with only a glancing blow of cool air over the weekend, that will largely be offset by plenty of sunshine.
Our weather will continue to warm into next week, as deep southerly flow develops ahead of an approaching storm system. High temperatures Tuesday and Wednesday will make it into the upper 70s under mostly sunny skies. Our next storm system bringing a chance of rain to the area will not arrive until next Thursday.
Tropical Depression Nine formed last night and is still holding steady at tropical depression strength this evening. The depression will make landfall along the west coast of the Yucatan Peninsula late tonight, producing very heavy rain and gusty winds. The depression will emerge from the coast and move through the Caribbean over the weekend.
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