A cold front will be crossing the region this evening and with it will be a line of broken showers and possibly a few thunderstorms. The showers should push through the viewing area at a good pace, which should keep the flooding threat low. Showers and storms will push through between 3-9 PM.
The bulk of the rain will be out of the region by the overnight hours, but mostly cloudy skies will stick around. We could also see areas of patchy fog and even some drizzle into Monday morning. Tonight's ows will fall into the low-mid 60s.
As the cold front pushes to our east Monday, we can expect refreshing fall-like weather to start the work week. Expect gradual clearing throughout the day, with plenty of clouds to start and mostly sunny conditions into the afternoon. High temperatures will be in the 70s, with lower humidity.
This week is the last full week of summer and it will bring nice weather for the most part for high pressure mainly in control. But there is a lot of uncertainty into your late week forecast and it has to do with the tropics.. We will discuss that uncertainty tonight on WVVA News at 6 and 11.