RICHMOND, Va. -- A cold front moving through Virginia will slow down and eventually wash out over the area. The best chances of rain will be this afternoon and Friday, but no day will be a washout. Rain chances appear low on Saturday and Sunday.
Temperatures will be near normal today through Saturday, but will return to above normal Sunday through at least the middle of next week. Our weather will remain dry Monday through at least Wednesday as high pressure returns to the region.
The remnants of Nicholas continue to produce dangerous flooding over Louisiana, Arkansas, western Florida and Mississippi. Two other systems in the Atlantic have a good chance of becoming named storms. The next two names on the list are "Odette" and "Peter".
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