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Forecast Last Updated at Wednesday, May 25, 2022 at 7:07PM
Lingering Clouds & Fog; Rain Late
Soupy weather continues this evening. Light rain increases in area and intensity overnight. Thursday is rainy with heavy rain Thursday night. Thunder is possible Thursday afternoon and overnight. Showers continue into Friday; then we start a slow transition to nice weather by Sunday. Memorial Day's weather is terrific.
Hi: 63 Lo: 56
Generally cloudy with areas of fog; Light evening rain near the Blue Ridge, expanding and increasing overnight; SE wind 5-15 mph, gust at higher elev's
Hi: 67 Lo: 59
Cloudy; Periods of rain with heavy rain possible Thur. night; Afternoon & overnight thunder possible; South wind 5-15 mph, gusting to 45 mph Thur. night
Hi: 70 Lo: 51
Lots of clouds; AM rain, becoming spotty in the PM; South wind 10-20 mph, gusts to 45 mph, becoming light NW by evening
Hi: 70 Lo: 51
Mostly cloudy daytime with isolated showers; Decreasing clouds late-day and overnights
Hi: 77 Lo: 55
Finally!; Mostly sunny; Warmer
Monday - Scattered PM clouds; Warm; High in the lower 80s; Low in the upper 50s
Tuesday - Scattered clouds; Continued pleasant; High in the lower 80s; Low in the upper 50s
Our bumpy ride through Spring continues. We are in the middle of extended "yuck", but summer-like weather returns early next week.
High pressure centered in New England is holding a warm front to our south. A weak wedge of cool, moist air persists. We have continued clouds this evening with areas of fog, especially along the eastern escarpment (the "Blue Ridge"). Stray drizzle or sprinkles are likely, but light rain develops this evening near the Blue Ridge and spreads west and north as it increases overnight.
A front from the west arrives Friday night. That's slower than we thought a couple days ago. Thursday is cloudy with rain. Rain will be heavy at times Thursday night, and rain continues into Friday morning.
After the front moves through, an upper-level low moves slowly from the Ohio Valley to New Jersey Friday and Saturday. That keeps us in a cool, moist northwest flow. Showers remain possible Friday afternoon and Friday night. Even during the daytime Saturday, clouds will be stubborn and a stray shower cannot be ruled out.
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