Wednesday, June 29, 2022

Pinpoint Weather: Warming trend underway!

Thanks to high pressure building in behind yesterday’s cold front and wintry weather, we’re enjoying a sunny and milder afternoon with less wind for the second half of the weekend. And you’ll get a little more time to enjoy the sunshine today as sunset, after springing forward for Daylight Saving Time, will be around 7:25 pm

The warming trend continues into the workweek with highs climbing to near 70 in a few spots Tuesday.

The next chance for showers arrives Wednesday. However, not everyone will see rain. The areas most favored to see scattered rain showers will be south of US 460 late Wednesday into early Thursday as an area of ​​low pressure passes to our south before heading up the coast.

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More clouds and passing showers will hinder the warming of temperatures a bit Wednesday. While highs will not be as warm as Tuesday, Wednesday’s highs will still be above average — mid 60s east of the Parkway and upper 50s to lower 60s west of the Parkway.

Thursday will be even warmer with highs in the upper 60s east and low to mid 60s in the mountains.

Friday could be the warmest day of the week ahead of a cold front that doesn’t move into the region until Friday night or Saturday morning. Highs in many spots will reach 70 degrees.

The day Fridays stay dry with a chance for showers moving in after sunset as a cold front moves in from the west. This will bring a chance for scattered showers for the overall region Friday night into Saturday.

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Behind the front, temperatures will be cooler but still above average for mid to late March.

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