Our Friday will continue to incorporate on and off showers/storms with the chances for some heavier downpours to work in. Flooding will remain the MAIN threat for today.
High temperatures will linger into the 70s and lower 80s for most.
Overnight showers will still hover around the region with cloudy skies. Patchy fog is likely to develop all thanks to the wet ground. Temperatures will be in the 60s and 70s.
Our Saturday brings another day filled with on and off showers and storms. Storms tomorrow have the potential to become strong or SEVERE.
Main threats are damaging winds and chances for flooding. Small hail is also possible. Tornado threat is low, but isn't zero. Some rotation is possible while looking at model runs. STAY WEATHER AWARE.
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Showers and storms are likely even to start off next week. A cold front and the outer bands of Hurricane Isaias have the opportunity to let widespread showers and storms stick around.
Tune into your local meteorologists on WVVA at Noon, 5, 6, 10(CW), and 11PM for all the details and a look at the extended forecast.