RICHMOND, Va. -- Tropical Storm Fay formed this afternoon, becoming the earliest 6th storm on record. Fay will brush far eastern Virginia with breezes of 15-25 mph, as well as rainfall totals up to 1". Heavier rain and stronger winds will occur over the Bay and in the Eastern Shore of Virginia. The greatest window for wind and rain in eastern Virginia will be late Thursday night through Friday afternoon. A few additional isolated storms will be possible across the rest of the Piedmont. Saturday and Sunday will be hot and humid days, with highs in the low to mid 90s. Scattered storms will be possible Saturday afternoon along a weak cold front/trough that will move through the area. A ridging pattern is expected to develop next week, resulting in an extended period of high heat and humidity, with very little chance for rain. Stay with CBS 6, The Weather Authority.
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