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Heavy rain is the main weather threat for Wednesday

A frontal system will hang close to our area through the next couple of days allowing widespread showers and storms to continue to impact us. A low pressure system is situated to our southeast which will allow some moisture to funnel in (this looks to cause more of an issue for areas off to our east), but flooding remains a top concern for the next couple of days.

Heavy downpours are likely with storm development. A Marginal Risk is issued for the western half of our viewing area while a Slight Risk is issued to the east.

Expect humid conditions throughout this work week, but temperatures will slowly drop throughout the next couple of days. Highs today will hang out in the 80s. A couple of spots will be stuck in the upper 70s all thanks to the showers and cloud cover.

Expect showers to become more widespread during the afternoon (around lunchtime) and last after sunset. Scattered showers are likely overnight.

Overnight showers will be less numerous, but a few areas will hang onto a few showers still. Lows will be in the 60s and lower 70s.

Thursday almost looks to be a copy and paste forecast, but cooler high temperatures are in store. How long will we be stuck in this wet pattern? Find out on WVVA at Noon.

Catherine Maxwell

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