Today will be much calmer and more comfortable in Virginia! Yesterday’s cold front exited well to our south overnight, allowing a drier and slightly cooler air-mass to settle into the Commonwealth. Some patchy fog formed this morning after yesterday’s deluges, so be alert for that through about 8 a.m. Also, there are still some flooded/ponded roads. Pay attention to detours and high water signs. The rest of Friday will be partly cloudy and less humid, with highs in the low to mid 80s north, mid to upper 80s south, and lower 80s near the coast.
Our break from the heat and humidity is brief. Both will be back in full force this weekend! Highs will be in the low to mid 90s Saturday, and mid to upper 90s on Sunday. A few scattered storms are possible both Saturday and Sunday afternoons, but the weather Saturday morning looks good for the Be The Match Walk+Run at Brown’s Island.
A low pressure storm system will track toward the Ohio Valley region Sunday into Monday, sending us a cold front into Virginia on Monday. That system should bring us scattered showers and storms. It will bring also bring another kick of drier, cooler and less humid weather Tuesday through Thursday next week.
Have a safe and enjoyable weekend! Stay With CBS 6, We’ll Keep You Ahead of the Storm.
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