Good morning, everyone!
There's nothing out of the ordinary with our forecast for the next seven days. Then again, I should say there's nothing "incredibly different" about our forecast for the next several days. Temperatures will still be running at or above our seasonal normals, and there's no snow ahead anytime soon. High pressure will result in sunny skies today and tomorrow. A storm system following will provide some light rain showers overnight Tuesday into Wednesday, and then a better chance of showers Wednesday afternoon. There may even be a few isolated thunderstorms as the storm system moves through. In the system's wake, Thursday will be lovely with sunshine and highs once again in the mid 60s.
For what it's worth, our high temperature in Charlottesville was 77 degrees. It was the warmest temperature recorded at the airport (KCHO) since October 17, 2011.
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