FUTURE RADAR – WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON/EVENING
A cold front will cross the region Wednesday afternoon and become stationary along the coast.
The Storm Prediction Center has a MARGINAL RISK for severe weather across Eastern Virginia and portions of the Delmarva Peninsula.
The airmass remains very muggy and humid. This will help trigger thunderstorms across Central and Eastern Virginia Wednesday afternoon and evening. Some storms may contain damaging wind gusts 60 MPH+ and large hail.
MORE STORMS POSSIBLE WEDNESDAY
MORE STORMS POSSIBLE WEDNESDAY: A cold front will move across the area. The airmass ahead of the front remains very humid. Storms will develop across Central Virginia in the afternoon and push toward the coast by evening. Some storms could produce damaging wind gusts and hail.Posted by Denver Murray on Tuesday, August 13, 2019
With the front near the coast through Thursday, a few waves of low pressure will bring rounds of showers and storms. We could have more storms on Thursday, possibly on the strong side across coastal areas of North Carolina, Virginia, and Maryland.
High pressure will build across the area on Friday with seasonable temperatures in the 80s.