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
445 PM EDT Sun Oct 23 2016

On Sunday, skies have remained mostly clear allowing for
temperatures to reach the lower 60`s west of the Blue Ridge, and
the upper 60`s to lower 70`s east of the Blue Ridge. Winds have
been gusting throughout the area at 15 to 30 mph early this
afternoon, with speeds decreasing as the day continued. No
precipitation fell across the region today.

Most areas will experience no precipitation through the middle of
the week with temperatures trending cooler after moderating
through Monday. A small chance of showers exists across the far
western slopes of the appalachians on Monday with the passage of
a weak cold front. After a relative decrease in winds today,
stronger gusts will arrive again Monday into Monday night in the
wake of the aforementioned front. High pressure will then build
over the area through the middle of the week. Our next chance of
precipitation for a broader portion of the area will be on
Thursday into Thursday evening, as another cold front crosses the

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