Hurricane Delta made landfall Friday evening in Louisiana and it is continuing to bring impacts across most of the southeast. The system is now a remnant system, but it is bringing widespread rainfall to the two Virginias.
We might see a short break from the widespread rainfall as we go into the Saturday evening hours, but rain showers will gradually increase in coverage again into the overnight hours.
Temperatures will fall into the upper 50s and low 60s Saturday night, with nasty conditions continuing.
Delta will be a remnant system into Sunday, but it will still have abundant moisture leftover. Sunday will be a washout, with rounds of rainfall throughout the day. The rainfall will be heavy at times, especially along and south of the highway 460 corridor throughout the day on Sunday. High temperatures will be in the 60s.
We will not have to worry about widespread flooding issues, as we have been mainly dry over the last couple of weeks. However, low-lying areas and flood prone areas could see isolated flooding issues Saturday night and throughout the day on Sunday.
It does look like we will begin to dry out into Sunday night, but we will not be completely dry heading into the start of the work week.
Meteorologist Brandon Lawson breaks it all down for you at 6 and 11 on WVVA-NBC.