Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for SW VA...SE WV...and NW NC
National Weather Service Blacksburg VA
346 PM EDT Fri Jul 29 2016

Friday morning low temperatures varied from the mid 60s at
Bluefield, West Virginia to the mid 70s at Danville, Virginia.
Conditions were not as warm and humid compared to yesterday as
cloud cover lingered over the Mid Atlantic during parts of the
day. Isolated showers and thunderstorms reached far southwest
Virginia and southeast West Virginia by the afternoon. High
temperatures ranged from the mid 70s in the northwest North
Carolina mountains to the upper 80s in the Piedmont.

Warm and humid conditions should persist through this weekend into
early next week. Each afternoon to evening will feature chances of
showers and thunderstorms. Some of the stronger thunderstorms
could produce gusty winds and heavy rainfall. No significant
pattern changes are expected during the foreseeable future.


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