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
415 AM EDT SUN JUL 13 2014

.WEATHER SUMMARY...
WEAK HIGH PRESSURE MOVED OFFSHORE SATURDAY...WHILE SKIES REMAINED
PARTLY SUNNY IN THE MID ATLANTIC. BY THE AFTERNOON...A FEW
ISOLATED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPED WEST OF THE BLUE
RIDGE. HIGH TEMPERATURES SATURDAY VARIED FROM THE MID 70S IN THE
HIGHER ELEVATIONS...TO THE UPPER 80S EAST OF THE BLUE RIDGE.

CLEAR TO PARTLY CLOUDY CONDITIONS PREVAILED SATURDAY NIGHT INTO
SUNDAY MORNING. LIGHT WINDS AND LOW LEVEL MOISTURE RESULTED IN
PATCHY FOG MAINLY IN THE MOUNTAIN VALLEYS. EARLY SUNDAY MORNING
TEMPERATURES FROM THE MID 60S IN THE MOUNTAINS TO AROUND 70
DEGREES IN THE PIEDMONT.

.FORECAST SUMMARY...
HIGH PRESSURE WILL GIVE WAY TO RETURN SOUTHWEST FLOW AND
INCREASING MOISTURE TODAY. A STRONG COLD FRONT APPROACHES FROM
THE WEST ON MONDAY AND CROSS THE REGION ON TUESDAY. COOL HIGH
PRESSURE FOLLOWS THE FRONT FOR THE LATTER HALF OF NEXT WEEK.


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