RICHMOND, Va. -- A round of strong to severe storms moved through Virginia from daybreak through mid-morning Monday. Some storms produced damaging wind gusts.
Those storms moved east by late morning.
There were also high wind gusts not caused by thunderstorms.
With some sunshine during the afternoon, a few clusters of scattered storms will be around. A few of these storms may be severe with strong gusts, and an isolated tornado is possible. The best chance for this is in northern Virginia, where a tornado watch is in effect.
Storm threat will decrease by late afternoon.
Gusty winds will continue until late afternoon. A wind advisory remains in effect until 5 p.m. for gusts up to 50 mph.
Winds will decrease Monday evening into Monday night.
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