(WVVA) High pressure will build into the area tonight, resulting in mostly clear skies and colder conditions. Patchy frost is possible early Tuesday morning in sheltered valleys where winds are expected to become calm. Temperatures will dip into the 30s in most areas, with a few deep valleys possibly dropping to near 30 degrees.
Dry and cool conditions will continue on Tuesday and Wednesday as high pressure remains in control of our weather. Highs will be near 60 on Tuesday and in the lower and middle 60s on Wednesday. An area of low pressure will move towards the Great Lakes on Thursday morning. A cold front will move through our area on Thursday, giving us our next chance for scattered rain showers.
High pressure will build in behind the front on Friday, giving this dry weather once again. Forecast model guidance next weekend offers several different weather solutions. For now we will keep Saturday dry, with a shower possible on Sunday.