Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Blacksburg, VA

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR SW VA...SE WV...AND NW NC
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BLACKSBURG VA
329 PM EDT MON MAY 4 2015

.WEATHER SUMMARY...
A LARGE AREA OF HIGH PRESSURE ALONG AND OFF THE MID ATLANTIC
COAST WILL MAINTAIN WARM WEATHER OVER THE REGION FOR MUCH OF THE
REST OF THE WEEK. SLOWLY INCREASING HEAT AND HUMIDITY MAY SUPPORT
THE DEVELOPMENT OF ISOLATED TO WIDELY SCATTERED AFTERNOON SHOWERS
AND THUNDERSTORMS...MAINLY OVER THE MOUNTAINS AND FOOTHILLS...BUT
DUE TO THE VERY SCATTERED NATURE OF ANY STORMS THAT DEVELOP...MOST
AREAS WILL REMAIN DRY FOR AT LEAST THE NEXT SEVERAL DAYS.

.FORECAST SUMMARY...
PARTLY TO MOSTLY SUNNY AND WARM CONDITIONS PREVAILED OVER THE MID
ATLANTIC AND MID APPALACHIAN REGION ON MONDAY. DAYTIME HIGHS
CLIMBED INTO THE LOWER AND MID 80S ACROSS THE PIEDMONT...WITH 70S
COMMON IN THE MOUNTAINS. DAYTIME HEATING RESULTED IN THE
DEVELOPMENT OF SOME WIDELY SCATTERED SHOWERS ALONG AND NEAR THE
BLUE RIDGE AND FOOTHILLS DURING THE AFTERNOON...WITH MOST ACTIVITY
CONFINED FROM NEAR BOONE AND NORTH WILKESBORO NORTH CAROLINA...
NORTHEAST TO NEAR ROCKY MOUNT VIRGINIA. RAINFALL IN THESE AREAS
RANGED FROM A TRACE TO LESS THAN ONE TENTH OF AN INCH.

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WERT


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