RICHMOND, Va. -- The milder air mass over Virginia today will heat up again this weekend, with highs likely reaching the low 90s both Saturday and Sunday. Most areas will remain dry, but the mountains as well as northeast Virginia will have a chance for a few storms each evening.
All areas will have a slightly better chance of rain on Monday along a cold front.
Another round of 90s is possible next week before another cold front brings a break from the heat as well as a chance for showers and storms.
There are two tropical disturbances that have a chance of becoming named storms over the next few days. The disturbance near Bermuda has the greatest chance, and could become "Ana" soon. The other disturbance is in the northwest Gulf of Mexico and could bring significant flooding to Texas and Louisiana.
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