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
537 AM EDT Mon Aug 29 2016

Very isolated showers and storms occurred across parts of the
region Sunday evening. The activity was confined to the higher
terrain of southeast West Virginia, parts of the Mountain Empire
region of southwest Virginia, and the Northwest Mountains of
North Carolina. The greatest amount of precipitation occurred
across western Greenbrier County of West Virginia. Here isolated
amounts of roughly one-half inch to one inch were estimated by
radar. By midnight, precipitation had ended across the region. The
vast majority of the region did not experience one drop of rain.
Early morning temperatures were slightly cooler as compared to 24
hours ago. Readings in the low to mid 60s were common across the
mountains with mid to upper 60s across the Piedmont.

A frontal boundary will stall over the area by Tuesday and be the
focus for isolated to scattered showers and storms through
Wednesday. A more substantial cold front will move across the
region on Thursday. Cooler and drier air will work its way into
the area by the weekend.


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