Forecast Last Updated at Friday, November 27, 2020 at 6:51AM
Nice Black Friday
We will be keeping the pleasant theme going this Black Friday, although a touch cooler than Thanksgiving. We will take another step cooler Saturday under mostly sunny skies. Low pressure will then advance upon the area Sunday and by Sunday night rain will arrive. We will see a small break Monday before colder air arrives, bringing snow showers and flurries Monday night. Light accumulations are possible in the Virginia Highlands with lesser amounts to the east.
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Hi: 60 Lo: 40
Fog possible early; Then scattered clouds; Pleasant for late November; West wind 5-10 mph
Hi: 53 Lo: 35
A few clouds; Cooler; NW 5-10 mph becoming light
Hi: 51 Lo: 45
Increasing clouds; Rain arrives Sun. night; South wind 5-10 mph
Hi: 51 Lo: 28
A few AM showers possible; Turning colder in the afternoon; Snow showers or flurries Mon. night
Hi: 31 Lo: 21
Cold; Snow showers or flurries early
Wednesday - A few clouds; A little warmer; High in the lower 40s; Low in the upper 20s
Thursday - Increasing clouds; Rain overnight into Friday; High in the mid 40s; Low in the upper 30s
Fog this morning will give way to partly cloudy skies and pleasant temperatures for November standards. We will cool down a touch Saturday under mostly sunny skies and a northwest wind. Meanwhile, low pressure will be developing along the gulf coast of Texas Saturday. The low will shift eastward, then northeastward Sunday, increasing our cloud cover and bringing rain Sunday night.
We will get a small break Monday during the day as cold air begins to wrap around the low into our neck of the woods. Overnight into Tuesday will feature snow showers or flurries in the area, with light accumulations in the Virginia Highlands and a dusting eastward. A few snow showers or flurries may stick around into Tuesday morning. We will then lose the cloud cover late Tuesday, allowing temperatures to rebound Wednesday. A second wave of low pressure will then approach late Thursday, providing another chance for rain late next week.
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