The remnants of Hurricane Delta have brought us a great deal of rain this weekend, with mostly everyone receiving over an inch of rain across our viewing area.
The bulk of the rain has shifted to our east Sunday evening, but expect cloudy conditions, with fog and occasional drizzle to stick around into the overnight hours. Temperatures will hold around the upper 50 and low 60s tonight.
The good news to start the work week is we will be much drier. However, the bad news is that we will not be completely dry. We will still see occasional mist and drizzle throughout the day on Monday, with a few peaks of sunshine here and there.
High temperatures will be in the upper 60s and low 70s Monday afternoon, however, that will be highly dependent on how much sun we are able to see. Temperatures will fall into the 50s Monday night.
A cold front will cross the region Monday night, which will allow for a few more showers to filter into the viewing area. It looks like the line of showers will arrive Monday night and linger into early Tuesday morning. After that we will begin to dry out gradually into Tuesday, with a brief warm up throughout mid week.
However, a major cool down is on the way soon. When will it get here? Details in the full 10-day forecast tonight at 6 and 11 on WVVA-NBC.