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Isolated showers and storms build in again Sunday

We wake up dry, but in the afternoon more precipitation works in
Published: May. 14, 2022 at 6:46 AM EDT|Updated: May. 14, 2022 at 3:35 PM EDT
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  • Drying out overnight with patchy fog for some
  • Another chance for storms arrive Sunday and Monday
  • Possible severe weather chance for Sunday and Monday

TONIGHT

Low temperatures tonight will be considered mild in the upper 50s and low 60s for most thanks to warmer dew points. Some patchy fog is possible to develop if you saw rain this evening. We are looking at drier conditions to build in overnight before more rain pushes in Sunday.

SUNDAY

The area of low pressure that has been lingering nearby will finally be moving to the east which will allow us to start off Sunday dry with partly sunny skies. A shortwave moves in Sunday afternoon which will spark some showers and storms to develop. Some storms tomorrow could become strong to severe with heavy downpours and gusty winds. Isolated small hail is also possible.

An isolated storm or two could become severe Sunday afternoon and evening.
An isolated storm or two could become severe Sunday afternoon and evening.(WDBJ7)

Temperatures tomorrow look warmer with highs in the 70s and low-mid 80s.

TOTAL LUNAR ECLIPSE

Sky watchers check out the total lunar eclipse Sunday night! Here’s the information you need to know about the eclipse. Maximum eclipse (whole moon seen as red) will be seen at 12:11 AM Monday. Temperatures overnight Sunday will be mild in the upper 50s and low 60s.

Here's the information you need to know about the total lunar eclipse.
Here's the information you need to know about the total lunar eclipse.(WDBJ Weather)

Right now looks like clouds will start to clear from west to east, so let’s hope they push out of here in time!

Skies look to clear from west to east Sunday night. Enough breaks in the clouds will give...
Skies look to clear from west to east Sunday night. Enough breaks in the clouds will give perfect viewing conditions for the total lunar eclipse!(WDBJ7)

MONDAY

We’ll see more sunshine Monday with a fast moving cold front moving through. Thunderstorms are more likely and there could be more instability allowing for a better chances of strong to severe storms. Places that see more sun and are able to warm up will have a better chance for some severe storms. Best placement for now would be areas in Southside. Have the WDBJ7 weather app downloaded and notifications on! Right now looks like highs will once again hit the upper 70s and low-mid 80s.

SPC outlook for Sunday and Monday.
SPC outlook for Sunday and Monday.(WDBJ Weather)

We quiet down Tuesday with sunny skies as our highs continue to warm into the 80s. Spotty showers are possible on Wednesday, but a better chance for rain and storms will arrive on Thursday. Temperatures soar next weekend... highs will hit in the low 90s for some of our hometowns!