High pressure has been responsible for the excellent weather to start the work week and will stick around for Wednesday. Overnight, the mostly clear skies will allow temperatures to fall into the upper 40s and low 50s. We will even be a bit hazy from the California wildfire smoke pushing over our area, which should make for a nice sunset.
Wednesday looks fantastic, with high pressure hanging around for another day. We will see abundant sunshine, with temperatures seasonably in the 70s. The lower humidity will continue to make for comfortable conditions as well. Late Wednesday evening and into the overnight hours, we will begin to see a few clouds filter in from Sally. Wednesday night lows will be around the 50s.
Thursday looks to be unsettled, as moisture from Sally will arrive and a cold front will slide into our area from the west. As of Tuesday evening, models still have the bulk of the rain from Sally to our southeast for Thursday and Friday. This means that the flooding threat will be low for our area.
THIS COULD CHANGE WITH NEW MODEL RUNS! We will continue to update you with the latest forecast changes with Sally.
Meteorologist Brandon Lawson will discuss who will potentially see the most rain from Sally in our viewing area at 5,6,10, and 11 on WVVA News. Tune in!