May 31, 2015 Leave a comment
Good Sunday evening! As of 8:45pm, a batch of storms moving across the state will continue to move east tonight. As an upper level disturbance remains nearby tonight and on Monday, expect the risk of scattered storms to continue. As the disturbance moves east early next week, the risk of scattered storms will gradually decrease. The risk of scattered storms on Monday is at 50% and 30% on Tuesday. Due to the nature of scattered storms, some areas will miss these storms, while some areas get a good downpour. It will not rain all day; in-fact, at most, a storm may last an hour or two in one spot.
Highs will reach the lower to middle 80s Monday through Thursday, with a gradual increase in sunshine each day. Expect lows in the lower to middle 60s. Wednesday through Friday will feature a low chance of a passing afternoon storm or two. Most areas will remain dry Wednesday through Friday. This will be more of a summer-like routine, with hot days, and a small chance of a passing afternoon storm.
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WVUA Chief Meteorologist