A stalled frontal boundary will keep the chance for lingering clouds and a few spotty showers overnight, but most will stay dry, with the better energy for storm activity off to our west. Tonight will otherwise be mild & muggy with lows in the 60s.
Tomorrow will feature partly sunny skies, and the slightly better chance for more showers and thunderstorms, especially during the late afternoon and evening.
While the severe threat is looking little to none, isolated flooding issues cannot be ruled out, especially west of I-77, and across southside VA, where rain totals have been highest (1-3" already) over the past weekend.
Showers and thunderstorms look to pop up again on Wednesday afternoon as the front still meanders for a bit longer across the region. While the better severe threat still looks to stay south, again, isolated high water issues will remain possible with any torrential downpours, especially in t-storms. We will otherwise be warm and muggy over the next few days with highs in the 70s-low 80s, and lows in the 60s.
High pressure looks to bring a drying trend toward the end of the week, and we could possibly squeak by with a drier July 4th holiday. Make sure to check in tonight for the latest full forecast on WVVA NEWS @ 10 on The CW, and again tonight on WVVA NEWS at 11 PM (NBC)!