RICHMOND, Va. — Skies will remain mostly clear through the first half of tonight, with a few clouds moving into the area by early Saturday morning.
Coastal flood advisories continue into tonight. Water levels may be up to almost two feet above normal during high tide cycles.
Skies will be become mostly cloudy Saturday. An isolated shower is possible in central VA, with the better chance for a few scattered showers in the western half of the state. It will be more humid with highs near or a little above 80.
Sunday will have dry hours, but there will be some showers around at times during the day. It will be muggy with highs 75-80.
Some showers and storms will be around on Monday, with just a few scattered storms possible Tuesday.
Highs most of next week will be in the low to mid 80s. It will turn less humid on Wednesday.
Tropics: Hurricane Earl is located northeast of Bermuda, and is tracking to the northeast. Earl is moving quickly into a less-favorable tropical environment, and should rapidly weaken to a remnant low over the next 48 hours. Some additional tropical waves in the Atlantic will be watched over the weekend, but the potential for development is very low. More info is in the CBS 6 Hurricane Tracker.
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