Sunday (7/13) 9pm Blog
It was another hot, humid day with lots of tropical Gulf air being transported north ahead of our next cold front. Scattered thunderstorm activity developed out ahead of it this afternoon which moved through parts of the Valley. Some of this will continue into the overnight hours although there should be a weakening trend as we lose daylight heating.
|Surface Map Depiction for 8 pm Sunday|
|18z NAM Radar Reflectivity for 5pm Monday|
|Surface Map Forecast for 8am Wednesday|
Shenandoah Valley Forecast
Monday: High 90. Low 70. 80% afternoon/evening thunderstorms...some will be severe with damaging winds and very heavy rain.
Tuesday: High 86. Low 68. 60% scattered thunderstorms.
Wednesday: High 79. Low 58. 0% chance of rain. Mostly sunny. Very nice with low humidity.