Tracking a quiet., but saturated Sunday morning. Patchy, and dense, morning fog is around and will cause issued for those trying to catch the early morning Sunday services. Use caution and allow a little extra time if venturing out before, during and a little after sunrise. Fog will lift, but mostly cloudy skies will remain.
We’ve successfully moved from one active pattern into the lull between. Another strong low is starting to organize in the Southwest and is headed our direction. Before it arrives, higher pressure will attempt to keep most active weather at bay. Due to the stalling front to our south, we should have enough low pressure to allow cumulus to build to shower category. The best chance for showers/t-showers will reside south of Interstate 64 and between the parkways. Prepare for isolated areas of light to moderate showers. One or to areas of heavy rain may pass and could bring some minor flooding. Strong winds are also possible if a storm develops. Better chances for storms will arrive at the beginning of the work week as the strong low moves closer to us. The cold front its bringing will arrive late Tuesday, which is when the best chance for showers and storms will be. After it passes, cooler and drier Canadian air sets in and makes the end of the week look and feel great!