CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) - It has been the wettest day at NBC29 in Charlottesville since the remnants of Hurricane Michael passed by on October 11, 2018! More than 3.5 inches of rain at this station since Monday morning. All the region picked up 1 to 3 or more inches of rain. The heaviest rainfall has ended and shifted more to the south and east. Watch for lingering high water overnight. Many reports of high water over central Virginia Monday evening. Mainly road closures due to flooding.
Lingering showers and drizzle with areas of fog overnight into the start of Tuesday.
An unsettled weather pattern at times for the first few days of September. A scattered shower and thunderstorm risk through Friday. High temperatures will go back above average mid week.
A cold front will push south of the region Friday night. This will usher in drier air and more seasonable temperatures for Memorial Day weekend! Watching the progress of a new cold front Labor Day. At this time, that front look to remain far enough northwest that it won’t have a direct impact on our local weather.
Monday overnight: Showers and drizzle. Areas of fog. Temperatures steady in the 60s.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy with some hazy breaks of sun in the afternoon. A shower around. Also a thunderstorm is possible later in the day and evening. Highs upper 70s to lower 80s. Lows in the upper 60s to 70 degrees.
Wednesday to Friday: Partly cloudy, hotter and humid. An isolated to scattered shower/thunderstorm chance. Highs upper 80s to lower 90s. Lows lower 70s. Patchy fog.
Labor Day Weekend, Saturday, Sunday, Monday: Mostly sunny. Less humid. Highs lower 80s. Lows upper 50s to lower 60s. Another cold front looks to drop in Monday night.