***A Flash Flood Warning has been issued for Augusta county until 11:15 tonight. Heavy rainfall has produced the possibility of flooding and caution is urged if driving.***
Tonight continues to feature partly to mostly cloudy conditions. Warm and muggy with low temperatures in the mid 60s. The front will still be nearby, so an isolated overnight shower or storm can't totally be ruled out. Also, watch for areas of patchy fog.
Low pressure rides along the boundary Tuesday bringing a renewed chance of showers and storms with otherwise partly sunny skies. Highs near 80°. Plenty of humidity still around.
Wednesday is a transitional day with partly sunny skies and a chance of a few showers, mainly in the morning as the front moves away and high pressure slowly builds. Right now, we'll keep rain chances at 20%. High temperatures are forecast in the upper 70s.
Thursday and Friday call for mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies Friday with highs in the upper 70s to low 80s and overnight lows around 60.
Yesterday's High: 86
Yesterday's Low: 65
Today's Normal High: 82
Today's Normal Low: 59
Record High Temp/Year: 97/1913
Record Low Temp/Year: 39/1961
Sunrise This Morning: 5:51 a.m.
Sunset Tonight: 8:42 p.m.
Yesterday's Precipitation: 0.00"
Month to Date Precipitation/MTD Average: 3.68"/3.41"
Year to Date Precipitation/YTD Average: 17.54"/17.52"
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