Severe risk drops tonight, sct’d showers/storms still around on Friday

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Though the risk for severe weather has faded, additional showers/t-storms will still be possible overnight, especially by early Friday morning. Severe weather does not look likely on Friday, but we will still be unsettled with sct’d showers during the morning, and a few more isolated hit-or-miss showers/storms by Friday afternoon/early evening. Highs will still be warm, in the upper 70s to mid 80s, and we’ll see see breaks of sun despite the occasional rain.

The weather pattern will remain much of the same into Memorial Day Weekend. We’ll stay hot and humid with highs in the 80s, low in the 60s, and occasional showers and thunderstorms. If there is a day that looks to bring severe weather, Saturday is it, as a weak front is slated to move through the region. We could see more isolated strong to severe storms with gusty winds, hail, and rotation Saturday afternoon and evening. Sunday looks like the driest day, with additional hit-or-miss storms possible on Memorial Day. Stay tuned!

Katherine Thompson

Katherine Thompson

Chief Meteorologist

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WVVA Weather Authority

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