Expect mostly sunny conditions for the rest of the afternoon, with highs temperatures in the mid to upper 70s. The cold front will move through central and eastern Virginia Tuesday night, bringing drier and milder weather into the region.
Wednesday and Thursday will be sunny and seasonally mild days, with high pressure settling into the Mid-Atlantic. A quick-moving storm system will bring and increase in cloud cover during the day Friday, but rain chances will remain very limited.
The cold front associated with Friday’s storm system will be stronger than the early week front, pushing the coldest air of the season into Virginia. Saturday will be mostly sunny, breezy, and cool as the high settles into the region. Low temperatures by Sunday morning will range from 32 to 36 degrees across northern and western Virginia, bringing the first killing frost or freeze to the area. Sunday will be a cool day in all parts of Virginia, with highs staying in the 50s. High pressure will be centered over Virginia Monday morning, bringing more of the area, including the Richmond metro, the potential for a frost or freeze.
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