RICHMOND, Va. -- It will be warm and humid overnight, with increasing clouds as a cold front approaches from the west. This front will move through the area Monday morning, potentially triggering a few scattered showers. Overnight lows will be in the mid and upper 60s.
It will gradually turn a bit less humid behind the front Monday afternoon. Highs will be in the low 80s.
Nice weather is on tap for Tuesday and Wednesday with comfortable levels of humidity and highs in the 70s. Lows will be in the upper 50s to around 60 in the metro Tuesday morning, with some lower 50s northwest. Lows Wednesday morning will range from the upper 40s to mid 50s.
Tropical Storm Sally is located in the eastern Gulf, off the coast of southwest Florida. It will track to the northwest, towards the central Gulf coast. It is forecast to strengthen into a hurricane before it makes landfall on Tuesday, possibly near the LA/MS border. The remnants of Sally will then track to the northeast, and could bring us some rain ahead of the next approaching front by late Thursday into early Friday.
Elsewhere in the tropics, Paulette is a hurricane and will pass over or near Bermuda tonight into Monday. Rene is in the central Atlantic, and will just dissipate into an area of low pressure.
Tropical Depression #20 formed Saturday afternoon in the eastern Atlantic. It will track to the northwest and strengthen into Tropical Storm Teddy. Teddy may become a hurricane, and is expected to move into the central Atlantic, and stay east of Bermuda. There's another tropical wave behind this that is expected to develop a bit as well. This system would be named Vicky.
Another disturbance in the central Gulf of Mexico, and will drift southwestward towards Texas and Mexico, but not much development is expected.
More about all of the tropical systems can be found in the CBS 6 Tropical Tracker.
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