Flooding still remains a top concern into Friday and the start of the weekend.
Highs will head into the upper 70s and 80s with showers/storms mainly arriving this afternoon and continuing overnight.
Throughout today we are under a SLIGHT Risk for Excessive Rainfall.
Best chance for most of the area to see showers pop in will be around lunchtime (12PM). We will continue with scattered showers and storms into the overnight hours. Once again, heavy downpours is the main risk that could lead to flooding.
The stalled frontal boundary sticks around into Saturday allowing another gloomy and wet day.
Widespread showers and storms yet again are likely to provide heavy downpours leading to more flooding issues for our Saturday. We won't be completely dry, but we should notice drier weather in place for Sunday. High temperatures throughout the weekend will be slightly cooler with highs in the 70s for most. A few 80s will be sprinkled in for the lower elevations.
A cold front arrives on Monday allowing for a chance for showers, but we will notice the humidity drop. Dew points will be quite pleasant in the 50s for most. This will allow a refreshing start to the work week. By mid-week dew points will raise back up.
Meteorologist Catherine Maxwell has a full look at your extended forecast on WVVA at Noon.