Starting off the morning we are noticing temperatures in the 50s for most with a few spotty 40s. Winds will remain on the lighter side today around 5 to 10 MPH. You may run into some patchy fog throughout the morning commute. You will definitely run into rain showers to start the day. Showers will have some isolated heavier downpours associated during the AM commute.
During the afternoon we notice showers gradually taper off and become spotty in nature. These spotty showers will linger into the overnight hours.
Temperatures today will be inthe lower-middle 50s, but lows will dip into the 30s. Higher elevations (mainly north of the I-64 corridor) will have the potential to see some light mixing/snowfall overnight and into early tomorrow morning. We keep up with the spotty, light showers tomorrow morning. Heading into Wednesday afternoon heavy, widespread rain makes a return. We will hold onto the showers throughout the night and into Thursday.
Winds will increase in speed starting tomorrow afternoon. Gusts will be around 25-35 MPH, but overnight and throughout Thursday we will witness gusts hit around 40 MPH or even higher for select spots.
We still need to keep an eye out on rivers, creeks and streams as well as poor drainage area throughout the work week. We will notice a switch from rain to snow Thursday night into Friday morning. Valentine's Day looks primarily dry, but down right cold. Highs will only be in the 20s with lows hitting the teens! We remain dry throughout Saturday where the sunshine will work back in. Sunday we do hold onto a chance for some rain showers to return. Stay tuned!