Chance of rain continues for the next few days
Plan for our third wet weekend in a row of showers
- Tracking two systems that bring us a chance for rain
- Won’t be raining all weekend long
- High temperatures warming up
Rain chances peak this evening and slowly become less numerous after sunset. Even then, we can’t rule out a few showers overnight. Areas of fog are possible early in the morning hours, and more widespread for areas receiving light rain Friday.
A better chance for showers builds in Friday and again Saturday. You’ll want to bring the umbrellas for graduations and outdoor events.
Scattered showers will come in waves throughout the day, moving east to west. We’re not expecting a complete washout or an all-day rain. However, it be wet at times so be sure to dress and plan accordingly. Have the WDBJ7 Weather App downloaded so you can check the radar and see when you can take that quick walk around the neighborhood or pickup the groceries.
During the afternoon, isolated storms are possible as high temperatures climb to the 60s/low 70s thanks to a wedge setup developing for our region. The same conditions set up for us overnight with temperatures reading in the upper 50s and low 60s.
We’ll see more of the same on Saturday. Again, Saturday won’t be a washout, but we can expect a few showers and even an isolated thunderstorm. Highs on Saturday get a little warmer. Our temperatures climb back into the mid 70s.
Clouds will break some Sunday ahead of an approaching cold front. This will allow for increased instability which may allow for occasional thunderstorms. Not looking at storms to be severe, but any that develop would be decent soakers. Isolated flooding issues are possible.
TOTAL LUNAR ECLIPSE
Sky watchers check out the total lunar eclipse Sunday night! Here’s the information you need to know about the eclipse. Right now looks like clouds will start to clear from west to east, so let’s hope they break up just in time! Maximum eclipse will be seen at 12:11AM Monday.
We’ll see more sunshine Monday with a few pop-up thunderstorms. We quiet down Tuesday with sunny skies as our highs continue to warm back into the 80s. We bring back the chance for a few thunderstorms on Wednesday.
Peaking ahead to near the end of the ten day outlook highs look to climb into the upper 80s and even 90s for some as some of the warmest air so far this year moves in.
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