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Twin Co. Airport

Temp: 35.6°F
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Twin Co. Airport , VA
Twin County Airport, Hillsville, VA

Forecast Last Updated at Monday, April 6, 2020 at 6:56AM

Mild Start To Week

A front will be in the vicinity for the next couple days. This will mean some pretty mild temperatures but provides a chance for showers each day, as upper level energy slides through. Scattered showers are looking likely this afternoon. Not everyone will see these but be aware. The atmosphere sets up a little more favorably for some thundershowers Tuesday, but again, these will be scattered in nature at best. Some overnight rain will lead to partly sunny skies Wednesday, where again, I cannot rule out a brief shower or two. This theme finally ends with a cold front pushing through early Thursday, leading to a cooler, but dry end to the week. A potentially potent system is in the works for the latter half of the weekend - We will be keeping an eye on it.


Hi: 69 Lo: 50

Partly sunny; Scattered PM showers; NW wind 10-15 mph

Hi: 72 Lo: 57

Mostly cloudy: Widely scattered showers, possible thundershowers: West wind 5-15 mph

Hi: 74 Lo: 53

Partly sunny; Isolated showers; Warm

Hi: 60 Lo: 34

Mostly cloudy; Showers ending early; High temps early in day

Hi: 50 Lo: 30

Partly sunny; Cooler

Further Out

Saturday - Increasing clouds; A touch warmer; High in the mid 50s; Low in the lower 40s
Sunday - Rain; Potentially heavy at times; High in the upper 50s; Low in the mid 40s

Forecast Discussion

The theme for the first two thirds of the week will be mild. High temperatures will be comfortable, but are accompanied by rain chances. A front is currently set up shop in the region, providing a chance for afternoon showers today. The aforementioned front will press northward Tuesday, allowing for a marginal setup for thundershowers. These thundershowers are looking widespread in nature. The theme continues Wednesday, with partly sunny skies yielding an afternoon shower chance. Wednesday will however be the warmest of the week. A front passes through Thursday, signalling an end to the perpetual mild temperatures and scattered showers.

Friday and Saturday are looking cooler, with a few clouds. Don't get too comfortable however, as a potentially strong low pressure system enters the fray by Saturday night. Potential for moderate to heavy rain exists with this system. We will continue to have an eye on this system and update as the week continues.


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