|Dew points this evening|
Shenandoah Valley Forecast
Today: A round of convection over West Virginia is working east into the area leading to a few showers this morning. We'll then get a break before a round of scattered pop up storms after peak heating this afternoon and evening. I'm starting to think the early morning cloud cover/shower activity may keep highs just shy of 90---it'll still feel quite nasty out with dew points around 70.
Sunday: Dry the majority of the day. A few isolated storms will pop up along the Appalachians during the afternoon and evening...shouldn't be as widespread as today. Highs in the low 90s.
Monday: Cold front approaches during the afternoon leading to scattered showers and storms. We should still see enough sunshine to hit 90.
Tuesday: The trend has been for the front to stall further north (no surprise there) keeping showers in the picture for Tuesday. Highs in the upper 80s.
Wednesday: High pressure works in drying things out and giving us a break from the heat and humidity. Highs in the mid 80s.