Skyline National Bank, Whitetop, VA Lisa Blevins email@example.com
Forecast Last Updated at Thursday, June 1, 2023 at 5:06PM
March to July in One Week
The weather is giving us a sense of time travel this week. The week started with March-like weather and will end with July-like weather. After several days of cool, damp weather, the transition is underway to warmer/drier. This evening is pleasant with diminishing clouds. Friday is another step warmer and drier. Saturday is warmer again but with isolated afternoon and overnight showers or thundershowers. Sunday will be less warm with widely scattered, mostly afternoon showers or thundershowers.
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Hi: 75 Lo: 53
Few clouds; Light East wind
Hi: 75 Lo: 55
Mostly clear; Another step warmer; East wind 5-10 mph, becoming light Fri. night
Hi: 77 Lo: 54
Lots of sun, but more clouds in the PM; Warm; Isolated afternoon & overnight showers or t-showers; East wind 5-10 mph, becoming light at night
Hi: 67 Lo: 53
More daytime clouds, but less Sun. night; Widely scattered mostly afternoon showers & t-showers
Hi: 73 Lo: 53
Scattered clouds; Cannot rule out a stray afternoon shower or t-shower
Tuesday - Scattered clouds; Cannot rule out a stray afternoon shower or t-shower; High in the lower 70s; Low in the lower 50s
Wednesday - Scattered clouds; Cannot rule out a stray afternoon shower or t-shower; High in the upper 60s; Low in the upper 40s
We ended May with sweaters and sweatshirts, but we will break out the shorts for June. I doubt we could find a complaint about warmer weather coming.
Low pressure east of Hatteras is fading out and is losing influence on our weather. Another low pressure building in the Gulf of Mexico has even odds of becoming our second tropical system this year but will not directly impact our weather. Friday, we can expect more sun, drier air, and warmer air. Saturday is even warmer but with isolated afternoon and overnight showers or thundershowers.
A front moves through from the north Saturday night. Cooler air arrives Sunday. Instability persists into Sunday, and widely scattered showers/thundershowers are in ply, mostly in the afternoon.
The front stalls just to our south Monday, and the next front from the north moves through Tuesday night. I kept the slightest risk of an afternoon shower or thundershower Monday through Wednesday out of an abundance of caution. One or more of those days may be dry, but uncertainty kept that precipitation in for now. Temperatures will be near seasonal averages Monday through Wednesday.
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