The passage of Friday's cold front has brought a Saturday of amazing weather. Expect these cooler and comfortable conditions to continue for the rest of your Saturday. Continue to get outdoors and enjoy the wonderful weather for the first half of the weekend.
We stay clear into Saturday night, with temperatures falling into the 60s. With the clear skies, we will be a little cooler than average overnight. Some might want to have a lighter jacket around if you are going to be out.
Unfortunately, the nice weather will not continue into the second half of the weekend. Sunday will not be a washout by any means, but we will definitely have more active weather around the region. A cold front will dip down for the Great Lakes area and push into our viewing area on Sunday.
Ahead and along of this frontal system will be a broken line of scattered showers and thunderstorms, which will arrive into Sunday afternoon and evening. Best timing for storms on Sunday looks to be between 2-8 PM.
Sunday's weather system will be very similar to Friday's cold front, which means strong to severe storms will be a possibility, especially into the afternoon and evening.
All storms that form on Sunday will have the possibility of producing damaging winds and large hail. This means we all need to stay weather aware. Although the threat is low for Sunday, flash flooding will also be a possibility. Mainly with storms that track over the same areas over and over again.
Temperatures and moisture content will be on the rise for Sunday. Expect highs to pick back up into the 80s for most, with humid conditions making a return.
The upcoming week is trending drier, especially earlier in the week. But we could be talking a major warm up by late next week. Get your full forecast at 6/11 on WVVA-NBC tonight.