RICHMOND, Va. - Today will be a windy and much cooler day with highs in the upper 50s and low 60s. Cold conditions are expected again Thursday night into Friday morning, with widespread 30s likely. A Freeze Warning is in effect for our viewing area tonight from 2 am through 8am. Along the coastline, a frost advisory has been issued and will be in effect 2 am through 8 am Friday morning. On Friday, temperatures will moderate some by afternoon, reaching the mid 60s in many areas.
An upper-level trough currently moving into the Desert Southwest will arrive in the Mid-Atlantic Saturday, bringing a round of rain to most of Virginia Saturday afternoon through early Sunday morning.
Broad upper-level ridging will develop early next week, bringing an extended period of dry and gradually warmer weather to the region. Highs should reach the 80s next Thursday.
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