RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — After a chilly night over Central Virginia, we will see a warming trend in the area for the remainder of the week.
We might see a few clouds pass over us tonight, especially in areas to the north of Richmond. They won’t help much as lows will drop into the mid to upper 20s.
Tuesday will be sunny over us and highs will reach to the lower to middle 50s. Wednesday, things look very good over the eastern half of the nation with dry weather and good travel conditions. Highs here will warm back into the mid 50s.
Thanksgiving Day should be sunny and you will have a mild afternoon to walk or run off that big dinner as highs reach into the lower 60s. Friday is the mildest day of the week as southwesterly winds ahead of an approaching cold front will drive our temperatures into the mid to upper 60s. This front is part of the weather system that is expected to bring rain and snow the nation’s midsection on Thursday.
Saturday the cold front will pass through the area with a slight chance of some rain. It should remain near 60 so the west will be nice for the UVA-VT game in Charlottesville.
Sunday will be a cooler day and that will set the stage for possibly some rain on Monday.
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