Tropical Storm Bonnie will impact the remainder of our Memorial Day Weekend
Plenty of sunshine and hot temperatures are in store for Wednesday.
Once again, it’s an umbrella day in central Virginia. But when exactly will we see the sunshine?
We continue to climb the ladder is both wettest and coolest Mays on record.
All is NOT lost for weekend activities, though.
Going into the early morning hours on Saturday, the rain will come down in buckets and remain through the early afternoon.
Friday will start off with sunshine, but that will only be a tease for you.
The rain will diminish, but a passing shower could be possible from late this morning through early afternoon for areas south of Richmond.
Thursday will start off with clouds, which will be followed by peeks of sunshine and highs near 70.
Showers will be around today, especially this morning into the early afternoon.
Tuesday marked the 16th time in the past 18 days in which we’ve seen rainfall in Central Virginia.
Central Virginia may have accumulated between 3 and 5 inches of rain by this time next week.
The rain will become steadier throughout the mid-morning and certainly be very steady into the afternoon.
Rain will be developing by noon on Tuesday and it will be steady at times through the afternoon and evening.
With the exception of yesterday, we have been largely cooler than normal for quite a while.
The sunshine was replaced by clouds and the winds picked up big time as a strong cold front pulled through, rain, heavy at times and a few c…
Skies will become clear overnight with lows falling into the mid 50s.
High temperatures on Friday will climb into the middle and upper 70s.
Unsettled weather again next week.