RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) - A cold front will push south across Virginia overnight, ushering in just a few showers, but cooler temperatures. The end of this week will bring the coldest temperatures of the season so far.
TONIGHT: Scattered shower becoming more numerous late at night. Lows mid 50s. (Overnight rain chance 40%-50%)
TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy and cool with some light rain, especially along and south of I-64 in the morning. More showers will be possible across southern Virginia late Tuesday night with low pressure from the south. . Highs in the mid 60s (Overall rain chance at 40% early)
WEDNESDAY: Early AM shower possible southern VA, otherwise clearing and pleasant. Lows upper 40s, highs mid to upper 60s
THURSDAY: Sunny and chilly. Morning lows lower 40s, then highs upper 50s. Coldest temperatures will arrive Thursday night.
FIRST ALERT: our first night in the 30s is possible Thursday night and early Friday morning
FRIDAY: Mostly sunny. Lows in the upper 30s! Highs warming to mid 60s. Night showers possible (40%)
SATURDAY: Chance of rain. Lows lower 50s, highs mid 60s (Rain chance 50%)
SUNDAY: Mostly sunny and turning colder again. Lows in the AM mid 40s, then highs upper 50s.
MONDAY: Sunny. Another cold start to the day. Morning lows upper 30s, then highs mid to upper 50s.