RICHMOND, Va. -- Some clouds will be around this evening and overnight. An isolated light shower or sprinkle is possible in a spot or two through late evening. It will be breezy along the coast, where coastal flood advisories are in effect. The threat of coastal flooding may continue into Monday. Lows tonight will range from the mid 40s northwest to the mid 50s in southeastern VA.
Saturday will have a mix of sun and high cloudiness. A sprinkle is possible near VA Beach. Highs will be in the mid to upper 60s. Breezy conditions will continue near the coast.
Saturday night will be quite cool with some lows near 40 northwest, but much of the area will range from the mid 40s to the lower 50s.
Sunday will be mostly sunny with highs 65-70.
Dry weather is expected most of next week. Temps will stay below normal into mid-week. Our coldest outlying areas may dip into the upper 30s Tuesday morning. Highs will get back into the lower 80s on Thursday.
Tropics: Hurricane Teddy will go east of Bermuda late Sunday, and head towards Nova Scotia by Wednesday. Tropical Storm Wilfred has formed in the far eastern Atlantic, but it looks like it will weaken as it tracks to the northwest.
Subtropical Storm Alpha is located in the northeastern Atlantic, and will move into Spain.
Tropical Storm Beta is located in the western Gulf and may become a hurricane. It will linger near the Texas coast for at least a few days, where rainfall totals could exceed 15-20".
More details are available in the CBS 6 Interactive Tropical Tracker.
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