We’re off to southeastern Virginia for today’s forecast. It’s about two days too late for the big time weather system, but perhaps we have a little intrigue coming up this weekend?
At 254PM, ET, Richmond was reporting a temperature of 44 degrees with mostly sunny skies. A deep trough is moving off the coast, providing for the chilly conditions this afternoon. A wave developing along the Canadian Border in the Upper Midwest will help to ensure that warmer air is again drawn north and Richmond will see more tolerable conditions.
As the system lifts north into Quebec, warm air will nose further to the northeast. A trough will develop along the western slope of the Appalachians and bring some light rain to there, but over the East Coast, southerly air and even warmer temperatures will be drawn north.
Tomorrow – Mostly sunny, High 50, Low 25
Sunday – Even warmer, a bit breezy, High 62, Low 34.
TWC: Tomorrow – Partly cloudy, High 51, Low 29
Sunday – Sunny, High 63, Low 37
AW: Tomorrow – Partial sunshine High 51, Low 27
Sunday – Pleasant and warmer with a full day of sunshine High 63, Low 37
NWS: Tomorrow – Partly sunny, High 50, Low 27
Sunday – Sunny, High 61, Low 36
WB: Tomorrow – Mostly cloudy in the morning…then becoming partly sunny. High 50, Low 25
Sunday – Mostly sunny High 62, Low 35
WN: Tomorrow – Partly Cloudy High 50, Low 27
Sunday – Mostly Sunny High 61, Low 36
Seems like a nice couple of days, especially with how crummy it’s been out east lately. Here is the satellite, just showing a few clouds spilling over the Appalachians and not even reaching our forecast city.