RICHMOND, Va. -- Upper-level energy will increase this weekend, bringing a good chance of rain to parts of Virginia. The best chance of rain will be across southern and eastern regions of the Commonwealth.
Skies will be mostly cloudy overnight, with lows in the low 60s. Showers will develop across southern Virginia Saturday, especially by afternoon and evening. The best chance for rain on Sunday will shift south and east, including the Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula, as low pressure moves slowly along the coast of North Carolina. An increasing east-northeast wind will result in minor flooding near the Bay.
A drier ridging pattern will develop next week, bringing above normal temperatures back to Virginia. The tropics remain very quiet, with the only disturbance of note being the low pressure system near the Southeast coast.
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