RICHMOND, Va. -- Skies will remain partly cloudy tonight, with fog again developing by morning. The fog will gradually lift during the day, yielding partly cloudy and very warm conditions Thursday. The fog could persist a little longer on Friday, keeping temperatures a few degrees shy of the past couple of days, but still well above normal.
A cold front will move through the area late Saturday, bringing a chance of showers to the region, followed by cooler air Sunday. The cool air mass will be very shallow however, and will mix out on Monday, with highs returning to the mid 70s.
A stronger cold front will move through the area on Tuesday, bringing another chance of rain followed by a seasonally cool air mass.
Hurricane Epsilon continues to intensify and is now a major hurricane. The hurricane will track west-northwest towards Bermuda, but will turn northward before the strongest winds and heaviest rain affect the island. A tropical storm warning is now in effect for Bermuda, however, as dangerous conditions are still expected as Epsilon passes by. There are no other significant tropical disturbances in the Atlantic Basin.
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