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NWS Special Weather Statement (Grayson County)

Current Conditions
Independence

Temp: 41.1°F
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Independence , VA

Forecast Last Updated at Friday, January 20, 2017 at 12:43PM

A Tale of Two Weekends

Showers are exiting SW VA early this afternoon. We’ll have increasing sun this afternoon as temperatures warm into the lower 60s in the valleys. Saturday is looking nicer as the rain holds off until the nighttime hours. Sunday will still be mild but quite wet as a strong storm system brings periods of rain and thunderstorms. Wet conditions continue Sunday night and Monday, minus the thunder on Monday. Rainfall tapers off to showers by Monday night. Fair, mild weather returns for Tuesday and Wednesday before a sharp cool-off occurs.

Friday

Hi: 61 Lo: 49

Showers exiting by early afternoon; Increasing sunshine; April-like temperatures; Light SW wind
Saturday

Hi: 62 Lo: 50

Increasing clouds; Dry through the day; Rain develops Sat night; Very mild; SW wind 5-10 mph
Sunday

Hi: 61 Lo: 48

Cloudy with periods of rain & a chance of thunderstorms; Rain heavy at times; SE wind 5-10 mph
Monday

Hi: 51 Lo: 38

Periods of rain; Becoming more showery in the PM; Breezy and cooler
Tuesday

Hi: 55 Lo: 40

Becoming partly cloudy; A few showers early; Windy; Still warmer than normal

Further Out

Wednesday - Partly cloudy; Mild; High near 60 degrees; Low near 40 degrees
Thursday - Mostly cloudy; Much cooler; Snow showers or flurries possible Thu night; High in the lower 40s; Low in the upper 20s

Forecast Discussion

A strong storm system is still on track to affect the region later in the weekend. The next couple days, however, will be very nice and more typical of the Springtime. There was rain through early afternoon, but we’ll see partly sunny conditions later this afternoon with temperatures rising into the lower 60s in the valleys and the 50s up top.

Previously the thinking was that rain would move in Saturday afternoon. The daytime hours now look to remain dry as widespread thunderstorms down along the Gulf coast will act as a defensive line blocking the moisture well to our south. The rain will finally get here Saturday night. And on Sunday we’ll see plenty of rain and a good chance for Thunderstorms which lasts through Sunday night.

Low pressure deepens and moves up the Southern Appalachians on Monday. This will keep rain over us much of the day, though the rain will take on a more showery nature by the afternoon. And the higher elevations could even see a little snow, though we’re talking 4500 feet and up.

Nicer conditions return for Tuesday and Wednesday. A shower or two may still be falling closer to the WV line in the morning Tuesday, and it will be a breezy day for all. Wednesday has less wind and warmer highs. But by Thursday a strong front quickly returns us to our normal winter temperatures. It’s about time.

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