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Good morning, Central Virginia. Hope you are enjoying the start to this weekend with summer like conditions because the weather will be changing after tonight. A strong cold front is moving into the area and bringing with it rain and much cooler temperatures. Ready for some fall like temperatures for next week?
Saturday Temperatures will still be on the warm side in the upper 80s. Clouds will start to increase as the afternoon rolls along. There is a small chance of precipitation, 20% but nothing to write home about. Today would be the day to get outside and either get the yard work down or but up your Halloween decorations.
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Saturday Night Cold front will move into the area and bring with it the rain chances. Chance of precipitation around 40% with new rainfall amounts of a tenth of an inch are possible. Temperatures will reach the lower 50s.
Sunday Temperatures will only reach the mid 50s all day. Dark gray clouds will be over the area for most of the morning. Precipitation chances around 60% with new rainfall amounts around 1/2 inch possible. Winds will be out of the north around 10 mph.
Sunday Night The low pressure system will move out of the area and a high pressure system will take control. Clouds will start to clear out as it does which will allow temperatures to reach the lower 40s. Precipitation chances around 30%, new rainfall amounts of less than a tenth of an inch are possible.
Monday High pressure back in control of the weather and skies will be clear. Temperatures reach the upper 50s, with winds out of the north aroundaround wholesale Lakers 2014 jerseys
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The Week Ahead High pressure will remain in control over the area and another dry cold front will push into the area on Wednesday Temperatures will slowly warm into the upper 60s to lower 70s during the week. Overnight lows in the upper 40s to lower 50s. No precipitation is expected for next week.
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