Nicole rain ends overnight; drier, cooler weather coming this weekend
Much cooler conditions arrive Sunday which lasts through the week
Rain is quickly exiting from west to east this evening and will likely clear the entire area before midnight. Several hometowns have picked up more than 4″ of rain with a daily rainfall record set in the Roanoke Valley Friday.
There were several reports of downed trees across Henry county as the strong storms moved through.
The bulk of the moisture will be out of here Saturday morning with a passing shower or two in the afternoon as a cold front crosses behind Nicole. Partly sunny skies form during the afternoon, but it will be breezy. Winds will increase, gusting around 10-25 mph. Highs reach the low 60s for most areas. Much colder air will enter the region for the second half of the weekend.
Overnight is where those temperatures drop! Lows into Sunday morning will read near freezing in the 20s and low 30s. Sunday afternoon highs will only be in the upper 40s. We’ll be waking up Monday morning with temperatures in the upper teens and low-mid 20s.
By Sunday and Monday, afternoon highs will be cool with temperatures never making it out of the 40s for most areas.
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