Storms Possible Everday This Week… Monday Forecast Update – 4:30pm #alwx @wvua23


Good Monday afternoon! After a dry start to the day, this afternoon turned rather busy, with numerous showers and storms spreading from east to west across the state. Most areas have picked up atleast some rain today, with a few spots reporting minor flooding in response to the heavy tropical downpours. The risk of showers and storms will decrease this evening and tonight, but a few passing showers or storms are possible. There is also a risk of some fog overnight.

With a weak upper level low and weak surface low nearby all week, expect a good chance of scattered to numerous storms through the weekend. I do not expect it to rain all day everyday this week, but it could easily rain up to an hour per day where you live. Given storms will be broken or scattered every day, it’s not a guarantee you get a storm at your house each day this week. If you miss the rain, there will be a point in the day where you hear nearby thunder and feel a breeze from a nearby storm. Storm rainfall amounts will continue to add up this week, and between now and this upcoming weekend, there’s a real chance most of you will pick up between 2 and 5 inches of rain. Again, that all won’t fall at once, but a passing storm likely each day will add up over time…

The tropics remain quiet and development is unlikely over the next few days.

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Richard Scott
WVUA Chief Meteorologist
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