Skyline National Bank, Whitetop, VA Lisa Blevins email@example.com
Forecast Last Updated at Sunday, March 26, 2023 at 6:32AM
Seasonably Warm; Some Sun
Today will be partly sunny, with the most clouds moving through around lunchtime, and warm temperatures. A stray sprinkle can't be ruled out. Clouds increase tonight, leading to light rain late tonight, lingering into early Monday. Clouds clear Monday afternoon, before returning Monday night and remaining through Tuesday. A stray shower is again possible daytime Tuesday as cooler air moves in. Light rain is expected Tuesday night, and a stray flurry on the western escarpment is possible late Tuesday night
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Hi: 63 Lo: 47
Partly sunny; Pleasant temperatures; Light rain possible late Sun. night; Variable wind becoming SW, 5-10 mph
Hi: 62 Lo: 38
Early fog and clouds, then breaks; More clouds again Mon. night; Early light rain possible; Light South wind, becoming WNW 10-20 mph
Hi: 54 Lo: 31
Mostly cloudy; Cannot rule out a light daytime shower; Light rain Tue. night; Then turning colder with flurries possible along the western escarpment late Tue. night; NW wind 5-10 mph
Hi: 49 Lo: 32
Becoming clear; Cool
Hi: 57 Lo: 42
Mostly sunny; Increasing clouds overnight; Warmer; More clouds Thur night
Friday - Mostly cloudy; Rain possible late Fri. night; High near 60 degrees; Low near 50 degrees
Saturday - Daytime rain; Cloudy; High in the lower 60s; Low in the upper 30s
A low pressure along a front sits to our south in the Southeast today, allowing patchy clouds and stray sprinkles. This low will develop, and move overhead overnight into Monday morning, bringing light rain.
Skies clear briefly Monday afternoon, then an anemic cold front from the west increases clouds Monday night through Tuesday, bringing light rain and cooler temperatures. Some snow showers are possible across the western escarpment late Tuesday night.
Cooler temperatures are expected with a high pressure building in from the west Wednesday. This high pressure moves to the east Thursday, bringing warmer air from the south. Skies remain mostly clear both days.
Our next significant rain occurs next weekend with a cold front approaching from the west.
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