RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) - Low pressure moving across North Carolina along a front stalled to our south will bring some overnight rain, but skies will quickly clear after sunrise Wednesday. Cold weather will arrive Thursday
TONIGHT: Rain mainly south of I-64, ends just before sunrise. Lows upper 40s. (Rain chance overnight 60%)
WEDNESDAY: Rain before sunrise, then sunshine and pleasant. Highs in the lower 70s. (Pre-dawn rain but then 0% chance rest of day)
THURSDAY: Sunny and chilly. Morning lows around 40, then highs upper 50s. Coldest night of season so far will be Thursday night.
FIRST ALERT: our first night in the 30s is likely Thursday night and early Friday morning. After a brief warmup, It will then turn just as chilly again by Sunday and Monday
FRIDAY: Mostly sunny. Lows in the upper 30s! Highs warming to mid 60s. Rain likely Friday night but not during the day. (60%)
SATURDAY: Chance of rain in the morning. Ends before midday. Turning Partly Sunny for midday and afternoon. Lows lower 50s, highs mid 60s (Rain chance in the morning 60%)
SUNDAY: Partly sunny, windy and quite cool. Morning lows near 40, afternoon highs mid 50s. Lows Sunday night could dip into the mid-upper 30s.
MONDAY: Sunny. Another cold start to the day. Morning lows mid-upper 30s, then highs mid to upper 50s.
TUESDAY: Sunny. Lows upper 30s, highs lower 60s