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
542 AM EDT TUE JUL 29 2014

.WEATHER SUMMARY...
HIGH TEMPERATURES FOR MOST AREAS MONDAY ONLY REACHED INTO THE 70S
IN THE MOUNTAINS TO THE MIDDLE 80S IN THE NORTHERN NORTH CAROLINA
PIEDMONT AND SOUTHSIDE OF VIRGINIA. THESE VALUES ARE NORMAL FOR
MID TO LATE SEPTEMBER. BLUSTERY WEST WINDS THAT GUSTED OVER 40
MPH IN ROANOKE AND BOONE MONDAY MORNING QUICKLY DIMINISHED DURING
THE EVENING. A FEW PERIODIC RAINSHOWERS FORMED IN THE
MOUNTAINS...BUT PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS WERE LIGHT...WITH ONLY A FEW
HUNDREDTHS OF AN INCH MEASURED WHERE RAIN FELL.

AUTUMN-LIKE TEMPERATURES WERE OBSERVED OVER THE REGION EARLY THIS
MORNING...WITH 5 AM TEMPERATURES RANGING FROM THE MID 50S TO THE
LOWER 60S UNDER PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES.

.FORECAST SUMMARY...
HIGH PRESSURE WILL BUILD OVER THE MID ATLANTIC...AND PERSIST FOR
THE NEXT SEVERAL DAYS. TEMPERATURES SHOULD REMAIN BELOW NORMAL FOR
THIS TIME OF YEAR THROUGH WEDNESDAY...DUE TO THE COOLER AIR MASS
ALOFT FROM A BROAD UPPER LEVEL TROUGH. WIDELY SCATTERED LIGHT
SHOWERS WILL BE POSSIBLE IN THE MOUNTAINS TODAY AND
TOMORROW...WITH A BETTER CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND STORMS STARTING
THURSDAY AND CONTINUING INTO THE WEEKEND.

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