It was a cold morning! Temps were below freezing for inland areas.
It’ll be a pleasant day with seasonable temps and highs generally in the Mid 50s (average high in Norfolk this time of year is 56°).
However, clouds will stream in from the west…turning the sky mainly cloudy by the afternoon. Although, a surface ridge of High Pressure will have an influence, there will be an upper disturbance that’ll clip our area from the south.
This upper level feature will lead to a small chance for showers for Hampton Roads (20%) this afternoon & early evening, and a slightly higher rain coverage for NE NC (30%).
The upper disturbance will move out tonight, but another weaker one will slide across our area early Sunday. I think it’ll more-so just keep the clouds around through the start of Sunday.
A better chance for rain will be Late Tuesday into Wednesday morning affiliated with a strong cold front that’ll move across our area.
Ahead of the front, get ready for a spike in temperatures….
…with temps near 70° by Tuesday afternoon. In the wake of the front, temps will fall back into the 50s for Wednesday. Then, as the colder air continues to filter into our area behind the front, temps will STRUGGLE to get out of the 40s for Highs by Thursday. So, the temperature roller coaster continues.
Watch Chief Meteorologist Don Slater tonight on WAVY TV and FOX43 for the latest on your forecast.
Meteorologist Deitra Tate