Headlines: Morning showers and fog will give way to cloudy skies and cool temperatures for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Mild and unsettled weather is in store for much of the week.
We’re waking up to overcast skies and scattered showers around the Heart of Virginia. Temperatures are holding mainly in the lower 40s.
Patchy but dense fog has developed overnight, so please use extra caution and give plenty of drive time this morning.
Showers continue for the first part of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, but rain chances taper off later this morning.
It’ll be a cloudy and cool Monday with highs holding in the mid 40s.
After a lull in the wet weather, rain chances increase later tonight and continue into Tuesday.
Though tomorrow will be a bit soggy, it will be mild as highs reach the mid to upper 50s.
A few showers are possible during the first part of Wednesday, but we look breezy and dry during the afternoon. Highs stay in the upper 50s.
Thursday looks like the best day of the week. It will be dry with highs in the upper 50s.
More rain arrives for Friday, but we stay in the mid 50s.
The weekend starts out mainly dry, but rain chances increase for Sunday.
I’ll have your full forecast on 13 News Midday!
Have a great morning!
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