After a brief break in our active and wet pattern yesterday, we're back to the heavy rain and storm threat Sunday and into the new work week.
Rounds of showers and thunderstorms are quickly pushing northward from low pressure moving in from the Gulf of Mexico. Another area of low pressure to the west of us is also pushing in waves of energy. Both are capable of producing strong storms with heavy rain likely to persist Sunday and into Monday.
Daytime highs will still run warmer than normal in the low 70s and mid to high 60s under near overcast skies, but breaks of sunshine this afternoon will only enhance our strong storm threat.
Moving into Tuesday there's not rest for the wicked as chilly air pushes into the Commonwealth. Showers and storms are likely to lead in this cold intrusion which will drag daytime highs back to the low 60s and upper 50s. Overnight lows could even fall back to the mid to low 30s and that means frost. Watch this space...
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