Good Wednesday Morning! We are half way through the work week! Yesterday was absolutely dreary for the most part. We set a record for daily rainfall in Bluefield. The previous record was .53" set back in 2000 and they picked up .72" of rain yesterday!
Today is going to be much better. We are starting the morning off with a lot of fog. Visibility is less than a mile almost everywhere. You are going to want to take it slow out there this morning. We are a little bit cooler with temperatures starting off in the upper 50s to low 60s and it is still pretty humid.
We will see some stubborn clouds to start, but by the afternoon everything begins to clear up. Sunshine will return and help warm our temperatures up to the upper 70s. A pop up shower is possible but unlikely and most of us are going to stay dry throughout the day.
We keep things mainly clear during the overnight hours and temperatures will drop into the upper 50s to low 60s. Morning fog will develop once more through the overnight.
Tomorrow is going to be a repeat of today with temperatures 2 to 3 degrees warmer. Most will be in the low 80s.
Friday is looking decent. Mostly sunny skies are expected and highs will make it to the mid 80s. It will be humid, so it is going to feel slightly uncomfortable. There is a slight chance for a pop up afternoon shower or storm, but yet again, most will stay dry.
Same story for Saturday, expect it will be even warmer and showers chances are even smaller. Highs will be in the mid to upper 80s. The UV index is going to be high to extreme throughout the weekend, so enjoy the summer-like weather safely.
We will see a few more clouds on Sunday, but temperatures will still be warm in the mid 80s. Yet again there is a very slight chance for a pop up shower or storm.
Monday is looking a little cooler with highs in the upper 70s, but we warm back up for Tuesday.
It doesn't look like we have any well organized and widespread rainfall in the forecast for the next several days, so get out and enjoy them!