RICHMOND, Va. -- An area of low pressure in the upper-levels of the atmosphere will remain displaced from the primary storm track, resulting in a slow and erratic movement through the region this week and into the weekend. The low, and an associated surface low off the coast of the Carolinas, will create lift across Virginia until they leave the area early next week, with rain chances being a fixture in our forecast each day through the period. Temperatures will gradually return to near normal levels by the end of the work week, with some areas reaching the 90s early next week. There are currently no significant tropical disturbances in the Atlantic Basin. Stay with CBS 6, The Weather Authority.
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