RICHMOND, Va. -- Light winds and high relative humidity values tonight will result in redeveloping fog, which could become locally dense. Some partial sunshine tomorrow will help temperatures reach the low to mid 70s. Showers will develop by late afternoon and especially after dark ahead of hurricane Zeta. The rain will become likely on Thursday, with a chance for severe weather as post-tropical Zeta moves through southern Virginia. Rain will continue intermittently through mid-morning Friday, with breezy and much cooler air moving into the region Friday night.
Saturday will be a chilly autumn day, with lows in the 30s and highs in the 50s under mostly sunny skies. Sunday will be variably cloudy and mild, with a low chance for rain across southern Virginia. High pressure will be a fixture in our weather for much of next week, keeping conditions dry and cool.
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