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
327 AM EDT TUE MAY 31 2016

The remnants of Tropical Storm Bonnie continued to spin along the
Carolina Coast during the day Monday. Moisture spreading northward
from this tropical cyclone continues to provide a muggy type feel
in the atmosphere, while also aiding in a few showers and storms.
Early morning showers were held mainly east of the Blue Ridge
Mountains...with convection beginning to pop up along and West of
the Blue Ridge by mid afternoon. Afternoon temperatures rose to
near the 80 degree mark, with mostly sunny skies winning the
battle over the fog by mid afternoon. Overnight lows remained
muggy with temperatures in the 60s.

The remnants of Bonnie should slowly move northeastward along the
South Carolina and North Carolina coastlines during the next
several days. A cold front will cross over the region Thursday
night into Friday, removing this tropical moisture...and leaving
us with a bit cooler and drier conditions for the weekend.

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