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Forecast Last Updated at Sunday, September 26, 2021 at 6:31AM
As Good As It Gets
The forecast for the next seven days is about as good as it gets. High pressure is entrenched across the region through the period with no rain in sight. Temperatures today are seasonal, but warm as we start the new week.
Above normal temperatures are with us through Thursday, then cool back closer to normal towards the end of the week.
2022 Blue Ridge Calendars Shipping This Week
The 2022 Blue Ridge Calendararrived at our office Tuesday and shipping has begun. They have been delivered to stores and are beginning to appear on shelves. See RaysMarketplace.Com for details and to purchase calendars. Like last year, a portion of every sale goes to the Blue Ridge Conservancy.
Hi: 72 Lo: 47
Mostly sunny; Pleasant; NW wind 5-15 mph, gusts to 20
Hi: 76 Lo: 51
Mostly sunny; Nice; West wind 5-10 mph
Hi: 79 Lo: 53
Mostly sunny; Pleasantly warm temperatures; West wind 5-15 mph
Hi: 79 Lo: 51
Mostly sunny; Stays warm
Hi: 77 Lo: 47
Mostly sunny; Continued pleasant
Friday - Mostly sunny; Stays pleasant; High in the lower 70s; Low in the mid 40s
Saturday - Partly cloudy; High in the lower 70s; Low in the mid 40s
In case you missed it, a front passed through the region earlier this morning. But other than a brief period of some gusty winds, there wasn't really anything there. So that sets the stage for high pressure to build in today with a reinforcing shot of dry air. Temperatures are seasonal with plenty of sunshine to close out the weekend. Winds may be just a bit gusty at times today, but nothing to bad.
High pressure remains in control of our weather throughout next week as warmer air moves in from the west and southwest for the first half of the week. As a result, temperatures climb above normal through Thursday. The very slight mention of rain that we had been advertising on Wednesday has been removed from the forecast. The weak front that would have brought this rain appears to be too weak to warrant even that slight chance now as rain chances stay confined well to our north and east across northern and eastern Virginia. Temperatures do cool back closer to normal by the end of next week and upcoming weekend. Right now, we will keep next Saturday dry as another front will be approaching from the west by this timeframe, but model disagreement exists on when it reaches our area.
In the tropics, Hurricane Sam is a major hurricane over the open Atlantic. Sam should move north and east of the Leeward Islands and Puerto Rico and toward Bermuda as a major hurricane through next week.
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