Cool and active weather returns this week
Sunny Monday, then daily chances of rain return
- Cool tonight with patchy fog
- Sunny and fair Monday with lower humidity
- Cooler than average and rainy at times this week
Skies will continue to clear out tonight as a dry northwest wind moves in. Temperatures will fall into the upper 50s to the west and mid 60s east of the Blue Ridge. Patchy fog may develop, especially in areas that saw rain Sunday.
With a northerly wind still in place, humidity will be in check to start out the week. We’ll see plenty of sunshine and warmth on Monday with highs into the upper 70s west to mid 80s east.
TUESDAY - THURSDAY
Our weather pattern will enter new territory for a decent stretch of this week. With a frontal boundary nearby, clouds will return and allow for highs in the 70s to low 80s through much of the week. In addition, our rain chances will go up beginning with likely showers on Tuesday, especially south of I-64. We’ll continue to see isolated to scattered rain chances through Saturday. A helpful weather pattern given the abnormally dry conditions currently in our area.
Enjoy the break from very hot and humid air while you can because it looks to return for next weekend.