RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) – Quiet weather is on tap for the area for the early part of the week before we end the month of November with a round of rainfall in the area.
Partial clearing is on tap for us tonight with overnight lows falling into the upper 40s and the lower 50s over the area. It should remain breezy enough to avoid widespread thick fog in the region. However, patchy fog in some of the sheltered locations will be possible.
Tomorrow will have a mixture of sunshine and clouds in the region and highs will only warm a little bit, but that should be enough to make it back to around 60.
Tuesday, our skies will be mostly sunny and quiet in the area with highs in the upper 50s.
On Tuesday, I am anticipating an outbreak of severe storms in the Deep South, which could include a late season round of tornadoes. That is a system I will be watching closely as it is what’s on tap for us on Wednesday.
Rain is on the way for Wednesday in the area. It could be very similar to what we saw in today’s rainfall, but most likely will be a little bit cooler.
As Wednesday’s system exits, the winds will start to pick up as the cold front moves to our east. That will drive in some colder weather for Thursday and Friday. The good news is that this cold air will be short-lived, and we should be back to near 60 for the start of next weekend.
A more significant round of chilly air may be on the way for the end of the following week.