The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm warning for parts of Campbell, Amherst and Bedford counties, as well as the city of Lynchburg until 3:15 p.m.
- After a few days of handsome weather, parts the Delaware Valley will be dealing with the potential of severe thunderstorms.
There may be just enough instability and a touch of shear for a few strong to locally severe storms to develop, with brief gusty winds and isolated hail as the primary threat. He is a twelve-time MAB® Weathercast Award Winner and two-Time EMMY® Award Winner.
The temperature will hit a high in the mid-60s and winds will be calm, the service said. This means hotter weather than typical along with very low chances for rain or thunderstorms. A south wind of 9 to 14 miles per hour will gust as high as 20 miles per hour.More news: "Beersheba - Eilat": Elia Viviani won the second stage in a row
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The first line of showers is likely to move by late morning and it looks to hang in the region until about the early afternoon, likely finishing up around 2PM.
Monday night, skies will be mostly cloudy with a low of 68, according to the weather service.
It should be dry Monday for the start of the workweek, the weather service said.