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
355 PM EST Fri Jan 20 2017

Cloudy conditions were seen throughout the region today which
began to break up over the mountains during the afternoon hours.
Rain spread across the region with amounts mostly below a quarter
of an inch, but some isolated locations received upwards of three
quarters. Winds were generally very light from the south and
west. Temperatures topped out in the 50s with a few locations in
the western counties managing to crack 60.

Warm and wet conditions will continue for the next few days.
Overnight Friday into early afternoon Saturday will be our only
dry spell until Tuesday. Beginning tomorrow afternoon, showers
will move into the region from the south. Heaviest accumulations
will be seen Sunday into Monday with many locations easily seeing
over an inch of rain in that time frame. An isolated rumble of
thunder can not be ruled out. Temperatures will continue to be
warmer than normal through the weekend with 50s and 60s being

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