We just can't seem to get the rain talk out of here. Most of your day stays dry, but come late afternoon and early evening you will see some showers pop up along the I-64 corridor. These will move south through the night. Look for winds to be cranking up through the day at 15-25 mph.
It looks like Wednesday will have a little more of an aggressive push on Wednesday. This will especially be the case during the morning hours with clearing during the afternoon and cooler air filtering in. Highs in the upper 50s.
Frost potential could be back in the area for early Thursday morning and maybe for a few of us on Friday morning. This is nothing to be too alarmed about, but if you planted anything you might want to cover those as temperatures fall to the mid to upper 30s.
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