RICHMOND, Va. -- A very active upper-level pattern will keep our temperatures below normal for much of the remainder of April.
Today will be mostly sunny and mild, with highs in the mid to upper 60s.
Energy currently over the Central Rockies will move into the region Saturday, bringing a slight chance of rain to the area Saturday evening into Sunday morning. Another disturbance will drop southeastward behind this system, bringing another slight chance of rain to the area Sunday night into Monday morning.
A third upper-level wave will bring a chance of rain to the area Wednesday, following by a shot of cooler air. There will be very little chance of severe weather over the next week.
Medium range guidance, while still a week out, is indicating the potential for a frost next Thursday.
Have a great Friday, and Stay with CBS 6, The Weather Authority
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