High pressure remains in control today allowing sunny skies. Temperatures will mimic yesterday's in the 70s. Dew points are on the low end, so refreshing air is in the forecast also.
Overnight lows will fall into the 50s and upper 40s. Mostly clear skies are likely and will continue into the majority of our Wednesday. By Wednesday evening a few clouds will start to work in. As a cold front approaches from the west and as Sally continues its trek through the United States, our rain chances increase. So far, Sally looks to stay more down to the south, but the outer bands will provide us with some showers.
If the track of Sally moves more to the north we will witness more rainfall, but for now models are showing it mainly impacting the southeast U.S.
Sally moves out of the country quickly and should be back in the ocean by Friday. We will still have a few showers on Friday, but will notice a drying trend throughout the day. Temperatures on Thursday and Friday will read in the upper 60s and 70s which may seem cool, but get ready! The weekend will be much cooler than average. So cool that some areas will wake up in the upper 30s and 40s! Join us on WVVA at Noon for all the details.