The second half of the weekend has been mainly dry so far, but clouds have kind of put a damper on the day. We are beginning to see more moisture push into the viewing area, as a upper level disturbance drives towards the region.
This evenings upper level disturbance should allow for a few showers and thunderstorms to develop into the later afternoon and evening. The main concern with any storms that develop this evening will be gusty winds. A few showers and storms could linger into the overnight hours, but after midnight we should be begin to dry out.
Monday should bring an excellent start to the work week. Temperatures will be about 5 degrees below average, with lower humidity. The day will feel similar to what we experienced on Saturday, with the comfortable conditions. We could see a stray shower/storm around the viewing area Monday afternoon, but nothing that should ruin any plans.
Lows will fall into the upper 50s and low 60s Monday night, as the clear conditions aid in cooling us down. You might want to have a lighter jacket on standby for Tuesday morning.
Tuesday looks dry with plenty of sunshine to go around. Temperatures will be in the 80s, with overnight lows in the low/mid 60s.
The main topic for weather this week will be the major warm up we are tracking into mid and late week. For that part of the forecast, tune in tonight at 6/11 on WVVA-NBC for a look at your full 7-day forecast.