We've definitely been in an unsettled pattern here over the past few weeks. Weather systems have been rolling across the country on a regular basis, giving us rain chance basically every few days (if not more often). That being said, our weekend weather odds haven't been that great as a result. This weekend may actually be the light at the end of the tunnel if you're looking for some sunshine and slightly warmer weather.
Things won't be completely rosy throughout the entire weekend, but the forecast for those two days does present several opportunities for some sunshine. An area of low pressure will move away from the area on Friday taking clouds and rain chances away with it. On Saturday an upper level disturbance will roll through and this may provide us with quite a bit of afternoon cloud cover, but as of right now, no rain chances are expected. This upper level storm will kick out for Sunday and things will brighten even more. Temperatures by Sunday will be nearing 60 degrees in most areas here in central Virginia! Our next storm will already be rolling toward Virginia and clouds will increase late Sunday. More rain and storm chances will arrive for the start of next week, with Tuesday looking particularly stormy. The moral of this story is, enjoy the sunshine while it's here, because it won't last for long!
What will your weekend plans involve? The Charlottesville City Market kicks off on Saturday morning in downtown Charlottesville and I plan on checking that out. How about you?
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