Monday was sure a contrast to Sunday. Though it was great to see the needed rain, I much more enjoyed the sunny Monday. Thanks to lots of high pressure we will get much more sun this week, though we start a little mild until we hit the last part of the week. We didn’t see any real storm activity here on Monday, but did some of you see the lightning to our south last night? Believe it or not, that storm was about 75-100 miles away from Nelson on the NC border.
On the current surface map below, a cold front is working across our area bringing in cooler drier air.
Current-Sat Surface Map
Below, on the National Forecast Map, with the front moving through, look for pleasant temps and no rain.
Today’s Forecast Map
Today will be mostly sunny. High temps in Roseland, Cub Creek, and Shipman around 80 degrees. On the mountains above 2000 feet along the BRP, Wintergreen, Three Ridges, Devil’s Knob, and Montebello, look for partly sunny skies. Highs top out around 70 degrees. Winds W 10-15 MPH. Tonight partly cloudy. Lows valley 49 degrees. On the mountains overnight lows of about 45. Winds light & variable
In the extended outlook look for scattered thunderstorms by Friday into Saturday, but temps will be mild with afternoon highs in the 80’s early on but getting hot into the 90’s by Friday.
Remember when severe weather breaks out, come here. We’ll have all of the latest watches, warnings, and coverage affecting Nelson and nearby counties.
Have a great Tuesday!
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