Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Blacksburg, VA

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Weather Summary for SW VA...SE WV...and NW NC
National Weather Service Blacksburg VA
431 PM EDT Sun Jul 24 2016

High pressure is still dominate over the region Sunday, allowing high
heat and humidity to remain in place. Temperatures rose to the
mid 90s east of the mountains, to near 90 degrees in the higher
elevations along and west of the Blue Ridge. Light and variable
winds held true throughout the region, with any storm development limited
to the far western slopes of the Appalachians.

Strong high pressure aloft will continue to bring increasing heat
and humidity, along with dangerously high heat index values,
through Monday. A series of weak surface cold fronts approaching
from the northwest should gradually bring an increasing threat for
showers and storms by the middle of next week, along with some
more seasonable temperatures.

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