CWS Forecast: Ridge and Valley Region 

Thunderstorms possible for the beginning of the week, before settling down for the latter portion of the week. Scattered thunderstorms are possible on Tuesday as a strong cold front pushes through the state. Some storms could be severe leading to flooding and and isolated tornado to the southeast. The front clears the region on Wednesday, but an isolated shower is possible in the afternoon as a secondary front forms. By Thursday, clouds begin to build in as temperatures begin to rise; again an isolated shower is possible. Friday brings some overcast skies for most of the commonwealth keeping storm chances and temperatures down. By the weekend another cold front approaches the region bringing some clouds and rain by the evening.

Day One: Monday, August 26th 2019

Partly cloudy and humid with chances for thunderstorms in the evening and late into the night.

High: 88°F

Low: 68°F

Day Two: Tuesday, August 27th 2019

Thunderstorms in the morning and early afternoon; becoming mostly clear with light winds by nightfall.

High: 85°F

Low: 69°F

Day Three: Wednesday, August 28th 2019

Thunderstorms throughout the day, turning into heavy showers overnight.

High: 80°F

Low: 56°F

Day Four: Thursday, August 29th 2019

Scattered showers throughout the day and night; mostly clear and a bit breezy otherwise.

High: 77°F

Low: 54°F

Day Five: Friday, August 30th 2019

Sun and clouds.

High: 78°F

Low: 52°F