A stalled frontal boundary to just to our east will keep us unsettled through the end of the work week. Hit or miss showers & storms are still developing now, and will continue to do so until sunset.
Any more storms the rest of this evening could be still stronger to severe, with gusty winds, small, hail, and torrential rainfall possible.
Flash flooding will be possible, especially early this evening, as well as sporadic power outages/downed trees/branches. Otherwise, tonight looks to bring lingering clouds, areas of fog, and stray showers/t-storms overnight (though most of the activity will commence by sundown).
Friday will bring lingering clouds, and more rounds of scattered showers and thunderstorms throughout the day. Though not quite as many heavy downpours or severe storms are expected, we'll still be unsettled through at least sundown Friday night, then we will start to dry out.
High pressure looks to settle in and take control into the weekend, which will help us dry out a warm up a bit more into Saturday and Sunday. Besides the very slim chance of a pop-up shower/storm, we look to be mainly sunny with highs in the 80s through the weekend. Lows look to be a tad cooler during the nights, in the upper 50s/low 60s. We'll start to get stormy again as we move into next week...make sure to tune in tonight to WVVA NEWS AT 5,6,10 (CW), AND 11 PM for the latest full forecast!