TONIGHT: The shower and storm activity will taper off this evening with some lingering light rain or drizzle. Overnight lows will dip into the mid and upper 60s. Watch for areas of dense fog and damp roads if traveling first thing Sunday.
SUNDAY: A front stalls south of the region, with waves of disturbances riding along it. Sunday is trending more wet with periods of heavy rain in the late afternoon. Scattered shower and storms are likely to begin in the late morning and become numerous by the afternoon hours. The biggest impact times will be between Noon - 10pm.
The heaviest rain is expected to fall along and west of the Blue Ridge mountains Sunday afternoon. Watch for localized flooding issues with ponding of water on the roadways due to poor drainage. Afternoon temperatures will stay mild in the low 80s.
NEXT WEEK: The week begins wet as we watch a disturbance exit the region. Periods of heavy rain likely through Monday afternoon before turning more scattered late in the day. Expect a brief drying period with more sunshine on Tuesday with highs in the mid to upper 80s. By Wednesday, a frontal boundary will move east and stall across the Mid-Atlantic through the rest of the week. This means the overall pattern will be similar to this past week with on and off showers and clouds. Daytime highs through the rest of the week should hold in the mid to upper 80s.
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