Skyline National Bank, Independence VA
Forecast Last Updated at Tuesday, December 6, 2022 at 6:17PM
Lingering Clouds & Fog; A Few Showers
Occasional rain and fog will continue through the evening. Clouds, fog and off and on rain will be with us through Friday. The rain will not necessarily be heavy but persistent. Temperatures will begin to warm a little more tomorrow. Temperatures remain mild until late in the week when cooler air moves in. The weekend looks dry for now but clouds remain. Temperatures will be near average.
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Hi: 52 Lo: 46
Generally cloudy with fog; Periods of rain; Light SW wind, except breezy at higher elev's
Hi: 62 Lo: 49
Generally cloudy with AM fog; Periods of rain; West wind 5-10 mph, becoming NW 5-15 mph Wed. night
Hi: 59 Lo: 44
Generally cloudy with fog; Periods of rain; E to SE wind 5-15 mph
Hi: 53 Lo: 39
Cloudy day with occasional rain; Fog; Clouds decrease Fri. night
Hi: 49 Lo: 36
Mostly cloudy; Cooler
Sunday - Partly sunny; Cool Temperatures; High in the upper 40s; Low in the lower 30s
Monday - Partly sunny; Rain possible overnight; High in the mid 40s; Low in the mid 30s
A warm front to our south is moving northward bringing clouds, fog and occasional rain through tonight. Temperatures will warm and be quite mild tomorrow. A slow moving cold front from the west will bring more rain Wednesday and Wednesday night.
The cold front will slip through but stall to our south Thursday. The front will move back north as a warm front Friday while its parent low will track into the Ohio Valley. This scenario will keep periods of rain and mild temperatures with us through Friday.
Another cold front will pass through Friday evening and clear out the rain for our weekend but clouds persist as the front stalls to our south and a low begins to develop offshore of the mid-Atlantic. Temperatures are cooler for the weekend and early next week, near average. It looks like rain will hold off until Monday night (giving us a dry weekend) as another low move into the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley.
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