Storms Headed Into the Valley

By: WHSV Newsroom Email
By: WHSV Newsroom Email

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY, Va. (WHSV)-- These storms will generally weaken as they go over the mountains, but could still have the potential to be strong once they enter the Valley.

If our area does encounter a strong storm, the biggest storm threats will be damaging winds and downpours. Although this is unlikely, large hail and tornadoes cannot be ruled out. Stay weather aware today and have a way to get warnings.

There is another very slight chance for rain on Jul. 28, but after a cold front pushes through, you can expect cooler temperatures and a string of rain-free days.

Behind the system crossing over this weekend, expect a cool and comfortable string of days by the early to middle part of next week. highs look to be in the 70's in the middle of the week.

As the storms move through, we know many of you will have your cameras ready. If you're able to get storm or damage photos safely, send them our way. post on our Facebook page, or tweet them using the hashtag 'whsvstorm' . We'll use what we get on the air.

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