Shower & storm chances linger into Monday

Drier air returns this week
Published: Sep. 11, 2022 at 6:12 AM EDT|Updated: Sep. 11, 2022 at 7:35 PM EDT
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  • Scattered showers and some rumbles of thunder are possible Sunday evening
  • A front brings a few storms on Monday
  • Sunny and drier for the rest of the week

TONIGHT

The chance of scattered showers and storms continues through Sunday evening. Isolated downpours may cause localized flooding. The chance of spotty showers/mist/drizzle lingers into the overnight. Locally dense fog is also possible.

Spotty shower chances continue overnight. Locally dense fog is possible.
Spotty shower chances continue overnight. Locally dense fog is possible.(WDBJ Weather)

MONDAY

We’re still expecting scattered showers and storms as a front pushes through the region. Isolated strong to damaging wind gusts cannot be ruled out within any storm that develops during the afternoon. The localized flooding threat is low.

Isolated strong to damaging wind gust are possible.
Isolated strong to damaging wind gust are possible.(WDBJ Weather)

REST OF THE WEEK

By Tuesday, we dry out and notice a significant drop in humidity. High temperatures will be in the 70s and low 80s throughout the work week. Low temperatures will drop back down into the 50s for most.

Most of the week is looking dry with lots of sun.

Behind the cold front, a much drier air mass arrives with increasing sunshine and fewer showers.
Behind the cold front, a much drier air mass arrives with increasing sunshine and fewer showers.(WDBJ7)

TRACKING THE TROPICS

The NHC is watching a disturbance moving off the coast of Africa. There is a 20% chance of development in the next 5 days.

Tropics are fairly quiet.
Tropics are fairly quiet.(WDBJ Weather)

Track the latest in our Hurricane Center or on our new WDBJ7 Weather Stream.