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
348 PM EDT Sun Apr 23 2017

A cold and wet day was seen across nearly the entire forecast area
today. Since this event began Friday, many locations have already
received upwards of one to two inches, with some localized totals
near three and four. Winds were generally light for much of the
day with a few gusts, particularly east of the mountains.
Temperatures struggled to make it to 50 degrees for most of the
forecast area.

A slow moving low pressure system will continue to churn over the
region, moving off toward the Carolina coast overnight. Rain will
continue through at least Tuesday morning before ending west to
east across the forecast area. By the time all is finished, much
of the forecast area will have seen at least one and a half to
three inches of rain. Temperatures on Monday look to continue to
be very cold for late April with highs in the mid 50s being fairly
standard. Temperatures begin to rebound Tuesday beginning a
warming trend that will delivery 80 degree highs for nearly all of
the region by the end of the week.

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