-Thursday: Warm and humid, few P.M. showers
-Friday and Saturday: Increasing tropical rain, potential for heavy rain
-Next Week: Drier and cooler
All eyes are on Tropical Storm Cindy.-which made landfall this morning in southwestern Louisiana.
Tropical moisture will head our way for the end of the week and start of the weekend.
Thursday starts out quiet, mild and muggy. This afternoon will be warm and humid with afternoon highs reaching the upper 80s for most locations.
Clouds will increase during the day, with a few pop up showers possible this afternoon.
Rain chances increase late tonight and Friday morning. Lows hold near 70.
Get the rain gear ready…Friday and Saturday will be soggy days for the Heart of Virginia.
The heaviest rain is likely Friday night and Saturday morning as a cold front picks up the remnants of Cindy.
All of our area has the potential to see heavy rain. We’ll closely monitor the potential for flooding.
Rain chances should start to taper off by Saturday afternoon. Sunday is now looking dry with more sunshine.
Highs hold in the 80s for the weekend.
Next week begins cooler than normal with lows in the 50s and highs near 80.
I’ll have a full update on 13 News Midday!
See you then!
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