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FORECAST: Showers exit early but the cloud cover sticks around

Tide levels improve as a coastal low slowly drifts eastward.

NORFOLK, Va. — As the tidal flooding situation has improved, we will keep rain chances in the forecast through this morning. 

Chances for rain exit early and by later today we might manage to see a few peeks of sunshine. However, still expect to see mostly cloudy conditions through the afternoon. It will be a little warmer compared to the past few days. Simply put, not as "cool" with highs around the region reaching the mid 60s.

Beyond today, the rest of the week looks much nicer! Skies will be mostly sunny tomorrow and Friday with highs climbing back into the mid to upper 70s, possibly even near 80° by Friday.

You can look forward to a beautiful weekend as well! While we will enjoy a good amount of sunshine, it will be slightly cooler with fall-like temperatures dropping back into the mid 60s. 


Tropical Depression #12 formed west of the Cabo Verde Islands. It's not expected to strengthen much before falling apart by Thursday. It will not affect any land masses.

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An area of low pressure in the central Atlantic, designated Invest 91-L, has a 80% chance of development in the next 5 days and another 60% chance of development within the next 48 hours as it moves closer to the Lesser Antilles and into the Caribbean.

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