RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) – Light to moderate rain to start off our Thanksgiving morning across The Commonwealth. A weather system north of us associated with a cold front will continue to slide through the area this morning. Scattered showers will persist throughout the rest of the morning but The rain will come to an end for many areas across Central Virginia until noon.
Temperatures will trend above average today climbing into the lower 70s and the clouds will continue to gradually move out of the area .
Tonight expect partly cloudy conditions and overnight temperatures dipping into the lower 50s.
Wrapping up the work week tomorrow with temperatures climbing into the lower 60s under partly cloudy skies.
Saturday temperatures will be seasonable climbing into the lower 60s with abundant sunshine.
Sunday will start off dry with a mix of sunshine and clouds and temperatures will trend below average only climbing into the mid-50s. Clouds will continue to increase across the area ahead of our next weather system sliding in from the southwest. And that is going to bring rainy conditions late Sunday night lasting into Monday.
Monday we’ll start off rainy across the area all thanks to that weather system sliding through the region and temperature is will be seasonable climbing into the lower 60s.
That weather system when it moves out of the area is going to bring cooler air to The Commonwealth throughout the rest of the week.
Tuesday temperatures will trend below average climbing into the upper 40s so it will be quite chilly and there’s a possibility we could see a few lingering showers early Tuesday morning.
Wednesday expect abundant sunshine and temperature still below average climbing into the lower 50s under mostly sunny skies. and Thursday will be much of the same where temperatures will climb into the lower 50s and lots of sunshine is in the forecast for that day.