Areas of fog as clouds break overnight

Drier weather is expected as we go through the week
Rain is expected to continue off/on into the evening, tapering off from west to east.
Published: Oct. 31, 2022 at 3:53 AM EDT|Updated: Oct. 31, 2022 at 11:29 PM EDT
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Any showers overnight will be spotty and light with areas of fog also likely. Use extreme caution driving with visibility in some areas less than a mile. Lows slip to the low 50s early Tuesday morning.


Drier and warmer weather will return on Tuesday. Expect increasing sun for Tuesday with highs reaching the upper 60s and low 70s.


The week as a whole remains dry, however, isolated showers are possible on Wednesday as a weak disturbance slides across the Carolinas. The biggest thing we will witness from that system is cloudy skies on Wednesday. Most areas remain dry with highs the upper 60s.

A disturbance will move across the Carolinas throwing clouds our way Wednesday.
A disturbance will move across the Carolinas throwing clouds our way Wednesday.(WDBJ7)


We end the week with partly to mostly sunny skies and dry conditions with afternoon highs in the upper 60s and even a few low 70s for a few areas.


The above normal temperature trend will continue into next weekend as upper level ridging takes place. Highs will read in the low 70s for most. Rain chances look to be on the lower end for most of the weekend, but later Sunday a system could bring a stray shower in.


The tropics are still active as we move into the last month of the 2022 hurricane season. The National Hurricane Center has initiated advisories on Tropical Storm Lisa which is moving towards Mexico.

Lisa will not impact the United States.
Lisa will not impact the United States.(WDBJ7)