TONIGHT:  Periods of heavy rain likely this evening and into the overnight as an upper level disturbance moves across West Virginia. The heaviest rain is expected to fall along and west of the Blue Ridge mountains. This is where a Flash Flood Watch has been issued until 6am Monday. Watch for localized flooding issues with ponding of water on the roadways due to poor drainage and rising creaks/streams.

Otherwise watch for patchy dense fog first thing Monday morning and low temperatures in the mid to upper 60s.

MONDAY: The week begins cloudy and stormy as we watch the upper level disturbance pull away from the region. Scattered storms are likely through the afternoon decreasing in coverage by the evening. Daytime highs will stay near 80 degrees.

TUESDAY: Expect a brief drying period with more sunshine on Tuesday and high temperatures soaring into the upper 80s to near 90 degrees. An isolated storm is not out of the question.

REST OF WEEK: By midweek, a frontal boundary will push east and stall across our region. This means the overall pattern will be similar to this past week with on and off showers and clouds. However daytime highs will be much warmer in the upper 80s through the rest of the week .

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