A front has progressed through a lot of the area and is along the VA/NC border this morning. A plume of moisture overrode the front and resulted in widespread showers throughout the state of VA. These should decrease as the day goes on due to drier air works into the region from the north. An organized area of Low pressure will come through the region tomorrow and bring a good soaking rain, especially across central VA and NC. Areas could see 1 to 2 inches of rain from the storm.
The Low lifts away Sunday so things will slowly dry out until another system pushes through Monday afternoon with a few more showers. Drier weather will then return.
Temps will likely be cooler than first thought with 60s to near 70 north, in the low and mid 70s south.
Tomorrow will be very cool with 60s (low 60s north around 70 south) tomorrow.
Temps will be in the 70s Sunday and Monday and a little cooler (upper 60s to lower 70s) Tuesday. A warmer Wednesday with highs back in the mid and upper 70s.