RICHMOND, Va. -- A front will slip southward Saturday and linger across southern Virginia and northern North Carolina over the weekend. Various pieces of energy will travel along it, keeping occasional rain and the chance for storms around the entire weekend.
Even with the threat of rain around, there will be some dry hours at times.
The highest rain chances for Saturday will be in the afternoon through the evening. A few storms are possible. This is when some locations could pick up some decent rainfall.
On Sunday, there will be some showers around in the morning and afternoon, but it will not be a solid rain. The highest chance of some steadier rain will arrive late in the afternoon into the evening. As a warm front tracks northward, some thunderstorms will be possible, especially south of Richmond.
Some leftover showers will linger on Monday. Between now and then, rainfall amounts of 1" to 2" will be possible with locally higher amounts.
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