After today’s severe weather threat, the rest of the forecast is looking a little more settled; atleast until we get to the weekend. Temperatures will be a little cooler tomorrow, with a high between 64 and 67. Skies will become sunny tomorrow, with a north breeze at 5 to 10 mph. After a cool Wednesday morning, a nice warming trend is back in store, with highs back in the lower 70s. A few extra clouds will likely swing by on Wednesday and early Thursday, but they will come and go, as more sun is likely by Thursday afternoon.
Temperatures will remain in the lower 70s for highs through the first half of the weekend before another storm system approaches our area. Showers and storms become a good bet on Saturday, with some strong storms being possible. Model data is rather inconsistent with this next feature, so we’ll have to keep an eye on any surprises over the next day or two.
Some cooler air looks to arrive on Sunday and Monday, as highs return into the 60s. It’s possible that temperatures fall into the 50s on Sunday, but that looks unlikely at this point. Skies will become mostly sunny again by early next week.
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WVUA Chief Meteorologist Richard Scott