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Rain
Rain
48.1° F
8.9° C
Observed at: Marion, VA Elevation: 2173 ft | 662 m
Last Updated: February 22, 7:55 AM EST Timezone: -0500 EST
 
Sky Conditions: Rain Temperature: 48.1° F | 8.9° C
Pressure: 30.07 in. | 1018 mb. Barometric Trend Arrow Dewpoint: 46° F | 8° C
Precipitation: 0.09 in. | 2 mm. Humidity: 92%
Feels Like: 48° F | 9° C Wind: ESE 2.3 mph | ESE 3.7 kph
Today's QPF: 0.18 in. | 5 mm. Lat/Long: 36.81 | -81.59

7 Day Graphical Forecast Issued: 19:00 GMT on 22 February 2017
Wednesday
Today's Sky Forecast For Marion, VA is Rain
Rain
60 |49 °F
16 |9 °C
90% Chance
Precipitation
Thursday
Thursday's Sky Forecast For Marion, VA is Partly Cloudy
Partly Cloudy
71 |51 °F
22 |11 °C
20% Chance
Precipitation
Friday
Friday's Sky Forecast For Marion, VA is Clear
Clear
73 |57 °F
23 |14 °C
10% Chance
Precipitation
Saturday
Saturday's Sky Forecast For Marion, VA is Rain
Rain
59 |30 °F
15 |-1 °C
90% Chance
Precipitation
Sunday
Sunday's Sky Forecast For Marion, VA is Clear
Clear
50 |36 °F
10 |2 °C
10% Chance
Precipitation
Monday
Monday's Sky Forecast For Marion, VA is Mostly Cloudy
Mostly Cloudy
57 |45 °F
14 |7 °C
20% Chance
Precipitation
Tuesday
Tuesday's Sky Forecast For Marion, VA is Chance of Rain
Chance of Rain
66 |57 °F
19 |14 °C
40% Chance
Precipitation

10 Day Textual Forecast - (with Snow, Wind, Humidity & QPF Forecast)
10 Day Weather Forecast for Marion - ( Fahrenheit )
Issued: 19:00 GMT on 22 February 2017
Wednesday
rain A steady rain this morning. Showers continuing this afternoon. High around 60F. Winds light and variable. Chance of rain 90%.
Wednesday Night
nt_partlycloudy Cloudy early with some clearing expected late. Slight chance of a rain shower. Low 49F. Winds light and variable.
Thursday
partlycloudy Intervals of clouds and sunshine in the morning with more clouds for later in the day. A stray shower or thunderstorm is possible. High 71F. Winds light and variable.
Thursday Night
nt_partlycloudy A few clouds. Low 51F. Winds light and variable.
Friday
clear A few clouds early, otherwise mostly sunny. Record high temperatures expected. High 73F. Winds SSE at 10 to 15 mph.
Friday Night
nt_tstorms Clear in the evening then increasing clouds with some scattered thunderstorms after midnight. Low 57F. Winds S at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 50%.
Saturday
rain Becoming partly cloudy and windy after some morning rain. Thunder is possible early. High 59F. Winds WSW at 20 to 30 mph. Chance of rain 90%.
Saturday Night
nt_partlycloudy A few clouds from time to time. Low near 30F. Winds WNW at 10 to 20 mph.
Sunday
clear Abundant sunshine. High near 50F. Winds W at 10 to 15 mph.
Sunday Night
nt_mostlycloudy Partly cloudy skies early will become overcast later during the night. Low 36F. Winds light and variable.
Monday
mostlycloudy Partly cloudy skies during the morning hours will become overcast in the afternoon. High 57F. Winds WSW at 10 to 15 mph.
Monday Night
nt_chancerain Rain showers in the evening becoming a steady light rain overnight. Low near 45F. Winds SW at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 60%.
Tuesday
chancerain Showers in the morning, then cloudy in the afternoon. High 66F. Winds SW at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 40%.
Tuesday Night
nt_chancerain Partly cloudy during the evening. A few showers developing later during the night. Low 57F. Winds SW at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 30%.
Wednesday
chancerain Partly cloudy skies during the morning hours will give way to occasional showers in the afternoon. High 68F. Winds WSW at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 40%.
Wednesday Night
nt_chancerain Cloudy with occasional rain showers. Low near 45F. Winds W at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 60%.
Thursday
clear Sun and a few passing clouds. High 52F. Winds WNW at 10 to 15 mph.
Thursday Night
nt_clear A few clouds from time to time. Low near 35F. Winds WNW at 5 to 10 mph.
Friday
clear Mostly sunny skies. High 57F. Winds W at 5 to 10 mph.
Friday Night
nt_chancerain Rain showers early with clearing later at night. Low 42F. Winds light and variable. Chance of rain 50%.



10 Day Weather Forecast for Marion - ( Celsius )
Issued: 19:00 GMT on 22 February 2017
Wednesday
rain A steady rain this morning. Showers continuing this afternoon. High near 15C. Winds light and variable. Chance of rain 100%.
Wednesday Night
nt_partlycloudy Cloudy skies this evening will become partly cloudy after midnight. Slight chance of a rain shower. Low 9C. Winds light and variable.
Thursday
partlycloudy Intervals of clouds and sunshine in the morning with more clouds for later in the day. A stray shower or thunderstorm is possible. High 21C. Winds light and variable.
Thursday Night
nt_partlycloudy A few clouds. Low around 10C. Winds light and variable.
Friday
clear Mainly sunny. Record high temperatures expected. High 23C. Winds SSE at 10 to 15 km/h.
Friday Night
nt_tstorms Clear skies early. Scattered showers and thunderstorms developing later during the night. Low 14C. Winds S at 10 to 15 km/h. Chance of rain 40%.
Saturday
rain Rain early. Windy with a mix of sun and clouds in the afternoon. Thunder is possible early. High 14C. Winds WSW at 30 to 50 km/h. Chance of rain 90%.
Saturday Night
nt_partlycloudy A few clouds from time to time. Low -1C. Winds WNW at 15 to 30 km/h.
Sunday
clear Sunny skies. High near 10C. Winds W at 15 to 25 km/h.
Sunday Night
nt_mostlycloudy Partly cloudy skies in the evening, then becoming cloudy overnight. Low 2C. Winds light and variable.
Monday
mostlycloudy Partly cloudy skies during the morning hours will become overcast in the afternoon. High 14C. Winds WSW at 10 to 15 km/h.
Monday Night
nt_chancerain Rain showers in the evening becoming a steady light rain overnight. Low 7C. Winds SW at 10 to 15 km/h. Chance of rain 60%.
Tuesday
chancerain Rain showers early with overcast skies later in the day. High 19C. Winds SW at 15 to 25 km/h. Chance of rain 40%.
Tuesday Night
nt_chancerain Partly cloudy skies early followed by mostly cloudy skies and a few showers later at night. Low 14C. Winds SW at 15 to 25 km/h. Chance of rain 30%.
Wednesday
chancerain Partly cloudy in the morning. Increasing clouds with periods of showers later in the day. High around 20C. Winds WSW at 15 to 30 km/h. Chance of rain 40%.
Wednesday Night
nt_chancerain Cloudy with occasional rain showers. Low 7C. Winds W at 10 to 15 km/h. Chance of rain 60%.
Thursday
clear Sun and a few passing clouds. High 11C. Winds WNW at 15 to 25 km/h.
Thursday Night
nt_clear A few clouds from time to time. Low 2C. Winds WNW at 10 to 15 km/h.
Friday
clear Mostly sunny skies. High 14C. Winds W at 10 to 15 km/h.
Friday Night
nt_chancerain Showers in the evening, then partly cloudy overnight. Low near 5C. Winds light and variable. Chance of rain 50%.



7 Day - 24 Hour QPF Forecast for Marion
Wednesday: 5 mm | 0.18 in
Thursday: 0 mm | 0 in
Friday: 0 mm | 0 in
Saturday: 2 mm | 0.09 in
Sunday: 0 mm | 0 in
Monday: 0 mm | 0 in
Tuesday: 2 mm | 0.07 in
7 Day - 24 Hour Maximum Wind Speed Forecast for Marion
Wednesday: 8 kph | 5 mph | Dir: SE
Thursday: 8 kph | 5 mph | Dir: SSW
Friday: 24 kph | 15 mph | Dir: SSE
Saturday: 48 kph | 30 mph | Dir: WSW
Sunday: 24 kph | 15 mph | Dir: W
Monday: 24 kph | 15 mph | Dir: WSW
Tuesday: 24 kph | 15 mph | Dir: SW
7 Day - Maximum Humidity Forecast for Marion
Wednesday: 82 %
Thursday: 65 %
Friday: 58 %
Saturday: 57 %
Sunday: 42 %
Monday: 46 %
Tuesday: 66 %
7 Day - 24 Hour Snowfall Total Forecast for Marion
Wednesday: 0 cm | 0 in
Thursday: 0 cm | 0 in
Friday: 0 cm | 0 in
Saturday: 0 cm | 0 in
Sunday: 0 cm | 0 in
Monday: 0 cm | 0 in
Tuesday: 0 cm | 0 in

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Weather Forecast Discussion
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FXUS61 KRNK 221207
AFDRNK

Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Blacksburg VA
707 AM EST Wed Feb 22 2017

.SYNOPSIS...
Low pressure over the northern plains this morning will east
across the Great Lakes into New England through Thursday while
a low over the Gulf of Mexico will move across Florida. A strong
low forming in the central plains tonight and Thursday will
move northeast through the end of the week, pushing a warm front
into the Ohio Valley by Friday and an intense cold front across
the eastern United States on Saturday. High pressure will
follow the cold front for Sunday and Monday.

&&

.NEAR TERM /THROUGH TONIGHT/...
As of 450 AM EST Wednesday...

Area radars showed a band of rain from northern Virginia into
south central Kentucky early this morning. This band will move
slowly southeast today with the southern edge reaching the
Virginia/North Carolina border by 21Z/4PM. some isentropic lift
and a weak short wave will also generate light rain from the
southern Appalachians into the foothills of Virginia. Have
increased the probability of precipitation across the region
today. Also expecting fog along the Blue Ridge and into the
eastern foothills tonight and cloud bases lower.

At the surface a low over the northern Gulf of Mexico will track
across the Gulf then southern Florida today and tonight. This
will keep the best inflow of moisture off the Atlantic from
North Carolina to Georgia. Models still showed light southeast
wind from the surface through roughly 900MB but as a weak high
forms over the Mid Atlantic region tonight wind speeds stay
light. But enough easterly component to the surface and low
level winds plus light precipitation to develop a shallow
in-situ wedge today. Have trimmed maximum temperatures up to 5
degrees today, staying below guidance at some locations, since
little to no sunshine expected.

Coverage of precipitation will diminish tonight but clouds and
fog will remain. Stayed close to cooler guidance for overnight
lows.

&&

.SHORT TERM /THURSDAY THROUGH FRIDAY NIGHT/...
As of 350 AM EST Wednesday...

High pressure off the North Carolina coast will continue to move
east into the Atlantic ocean through Friday night. The general
prevailing flow across much of the region will be south to southwest
on the west side of this high.

An upper level disturbance will move northeast out of the Ohio valley
and reach New England by Thursday night. Low level moisture will
advect into our area and result in plenty of clouds and patchy light
rain in areas primarily along the crest of the Blue Ridge. A warm
front will lift north across the region Thursday into Thursday
night. This will create scattered showers Thursday afternoon into
Thursday night. There is enough surface based instability as seen in
forecasted Lifted index to support some isolated thunderstorms
across parts of southeast West Virginia, south into the Northern
Mountains of North Carolina. High temperatures on Thursday will
range from the upper 50s n the mountains to the lower 70s in the
Piedmont.

Expect some patchy precipitation associated with the front Thursday
evening into Thursday night. Then, by early Friday morning, we
expect only some limited light rain near the crest of the Blue Ridge
as southerly flow yield some light upslope precipitation in this
area. Low temperature Thursday night will vary from the mid 40s in
the mountains to the lower 50s in the Piedmont.

Despite considerable clouds on Friday, it will be mild with readings
from the mid 60s in the mountains to the mid 70s in the Piedmont.
Elected to keep isolated showers along the Blue Ridge
mountains Friday.

For Friday night, a strong cold front will approach the area from
the west. Timing of front looked a little slower on this morning 00z
run vs the 12z run. Very strong southerly winds are progged to
increase in advance of this cold front. The potential for showers
will be on the increase through the night, especially across western
sections of the region. There appears to be enough instability for
isolated to scattered thunderstorms in the west. The Day 3
convective outlook has highlighted a thunderstorm potential into
western portions of forecast area.  Low temperatures Friday night
will range from the mid 40s in the mountains to the mid 50s in the
piedmont.

&&

.LONG TERM /SATURDAY THROUGH TUESDAY/...
As of 350 AM EST Wednesday...

A strong cold front will cross the area on Saturday. Anticipate a
distinct line or area of showers to cross the region during the
course of the day, with coverage greatest across the northern third
of the region. Surface based instability may be great enough in the
afternoon for some isolated thunderstorms generally along and east
of a line from Danbury, NC to Bedford, VA.

Colder air will move into the area Saturday night. Gusty northwest
flow behind the cold front will help maintain isolated showers
across parts of southeast West Virginia that will transition to
isolated snow showers by late Saturday night. For Sunday, our
pattern transition to zonal flow aloft with surface high pressure
providing dry weather to the region.

The GFS is more robust with upslope for Saturday night into Sunday,
while ECMWF is drier with high pressure building in. Will hold on to
continuity with snow showers Saturday night, followed by high
pressure on Sunday.

Sunday night into Monday, a weak disturbance within this flow is
expected to bring isolated to scattered showers to the far western
parts of the area.

Monday night into Tuesday, southwest flow increases across the area
in advance of a developing upper level trough. Look for a warm front
to develop over the region and move northward. Anticipate cloud
cover and patchy light rain to develop across the region, and be
concentrated the greatest across the northern sections of the area,
nearest the warm front. Wednesday looked unsettled with scattered
showers continuing into Wednesday night.

Temperatures will still be some ten to twenty degrees above normal
on Saturday, but trend to near normal by Sunday behind the cold
front. Temperatures will slowly moderate Monday into Wednesday to
reading about ten degrees above normal.

&&

.AVIATION /12Z WEDNESDAY THROUGH SUNDAY/...
As of 650AM EST Wednesday...

Band of rain extended from southern Maryland to central
Tennessee this morning. This rain will move slowly southeast
today with the southern edge reaching the Virginia/North
Carolina border by 21Z/7PM. Isentropic lift and weak upslope on
the eastern side of the Appalachians was also producing rain and
drizzle from the Virginia and North Carolina mountains into the
piedmont.

MVFR to IFR ceilings were advancing north through the Carolinas
overnight and had reached southern Virginia as of 12Z/7AM.
Ceilings will continue to lower from south to north today,
especially along the Blue Ridge. GLAMP had KBLF and KBCB
lowering to MVFR by 15Z/10AM with KROA and KLYH at MVFR by
19Z/2PM.

Conditions will deteriorate overnight. Bufkit showed a shallow
surface based saturated layer after 03Z for much of the region.
While there will not be as much light rain overnight. IFR to
LIFR stratus and MVFR fog will be widespread.

High confidence on wind and ceilings through the TAF period.
Medium confidence on visibility.

Extended Aviation Discussion...

Minor improvement is possible by Thursday afternoon. Confidence
is low reguarding if and when ceilings will lift to at least
MVFR.

A warm front will lift north through the Ohio Valley on Thursday
night. This will put the Mid Atlantic region well into the warm
sector on Friday with VFR conditions and much above normal
temperatures. Surface wind gusts of 20 to 30 kts possible
across the higher terrain.

Band of showers and isolated thunderstorms with MVFR conditions arrive
late Friday night into early Saturday along and ahead of a
strong cold front. Drier weather and increasing northwest winds
follow behind the front on Saturday afternoon through Sunday.

&&

.RNK WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...
VA...None.
NC...None.
WV...None.

&&

$$
SYNOPSIS...AMS
NEAR TERM...AMS
SHORT TERM...KK
LONG TERM...DS/KK
AVIATION...AMS
Forecast Discussion from: NOAA-NWS Script developed by: El Dorado Weather

Hazardous Weather Outlook
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FLUS41 KRNK 221131
HWORNK

Hazardous Weather Outlook
National Weather Service Blacksburg VA
631 AM EST Wed Feb 22 2017

NCZ001>006-018>020-VAZ007-009>020-022>024-032>035-043>047-058-059-
WVZ042>044-507-508-231145-
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Yadkin-Tazewell-Smyth-Bland-Giles-Wythe-Pulaski-Montgomery-Grayson-
Carroll-Floyd-Craig-Alleghany VA-Bath-Roanoke-Botetourt-Rockbridge-
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Appomattox-Buckingham-Halifax-Charlotte-Mercer-Summers-Monroe-
Eastern Greenbrier-Western Greenbrier-
631 AM EST Wed Feb 22 2017

This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for north central North Carolina,
northwest North Carolina, central Virginia, south central Virginia,
southwest Virginia, west central Virginia and southeast West
Virginia.

.DAY ONE...Today and tonight.

No hazardous weather is expected at this time.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Thursday through Tuesday.

No hazardous weather is expected at this time.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

Spotter activation is not expected at this time.

$$
Hazardous Weather Outlook from: NOAA-NWS Script developed by: El Dorado Weather

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WVZ042>044-507-508-182000-

Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Blacksburg VA
1056 AM EST Sat Feb 18 2017

...Public Information Statement regarding the NOAA Weather Radio
in Richlands Virginia...

The NOAA Weather Radio in Richlands, Virginia is inoperable at
this time. The outage length is unknown. Further updates will be
provided. In the meantime, we suggest gathering up to date weather
information from our website, www.weather.gov/rnk, our social
media sites, or other third party services.

JJM

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