Skyline National Bank, Independence VA
Forecast Last Updated at Saturday, June 3, 2023 at 6:41AM
Warm Today; Cooler Tomorrow
Temperatures today are a little above average and there is a small chance of a shower or thundershower in the late afternoon, early evening and overnight. Sunday is cooler with a few showers during the daytime and clearing skies overnight. Not a bad weekend overall, though. Temperatures warm to near average Monday and Tuesday with only isolated showers or thundershowers each day. Wednesday daytime is dry but there could be some rain developing overnight Wednesday into Thursday morning. Temperatures are cooler for the mid to late week.
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Hi: 81 Lo: 54
Lots of sun, but increasing clouds in the PM; Warm; Isolated afternoon showers or t-showers increasing in coverage overnight; East wind becoming 5-15 mph
Hi: 70 Lo: 53
Mostly to partly cloudy daytime; Early fog possible; Mostly clear Sun. night; Isolated daytime shower or t-shower; East wind 5-10 mph becoming light South
Hi: 77 Lo: 51
Scattered clouds; Isolated afternoon & early evening shower or t-shower; West wind 5-10 mph
Hi: 75 Lo: 51
Scattered clouds; Can't rule out a PM shower or t-shower
Hi: 70 Lo: 48
Mostly clear; Cooler; Increasing clouds in the late afternoon and overnight; A few showers or thundershowers possible overnight
Thursday - Mostly cloudy in the AM along with a few showers; Decreasing clouds in the PM; High in the lower 70s; Low in the upper 40s
Friday - Mostly sunny; High in the mid 70s; Low in the lower 50s
A cold front will move in from the northeast this evening. Most of today will be warm and dry ahead of the front. Showers and maybe a thundershower could develop late this afternoon and evening and a few showers could hang on overnight. Sunday is cooler behind the front. The front washes out over us Sunday but it could trigger a few showers during the day.
High pressure settles in Monday and temperatures warm to near average. There is just enough instability for a few showers and thundershowers to pop up in the afternoon. A cold front moves in from the north Tuesday. It looks mostly dry but we can't rule out an afternoon shower or thundershower.
Cooler air moves in Wednesday but the front stalls not too far to our south. This could generate some rain Wednesday night into Thursday morning. The guidance on that possibility is not clear at this time though. Thursday afternoon and Friday should be dry and cool.
Tropical Storm Arlene is in the southeastern Gulf of Mexico and is moving toward Cuba. It will not have any effects on our weather.
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