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Marion, Virginia
10 Day Forecast & Current Conditions

Current Conditions Radar Imagery Satellite Imagery Wx Discussion
Clear
Clear
54.8° F
12.7° C
Observed at: Marion, VA Elevation: 2173 ft | 662 m
Last Updated: April 22, 11:40 PM EDT Timezone: -0400 EDT
 
Sky Conditions: Clear Temperature: 54.8° F | 12.7° C
Pressure: 30.28 in. | 1025 mb. (Steady) Dewpoint: 40° F | 5° C
Precipitation: 0.00 in. | 0 mm. Humidity: 58%
Feels Like: 54.8° F | 12.7° C Wind: NNE 1 mph | NNE 1.6 kph
Today's QPF: 0.04 in. | 1 mm. Lat/Long: 36.81 | -81.59

7 Day Graphical Forecast Issued: 19:00 GMT on 22 April 2018
Sunday
Today's Sky Forecast For Marion, VA is Chance of Rain
Chance of Rain
68 |50 °F
20 |10 °C
60% Chance
Precipitation
Monday
Monday's Sky Forecast For Marion, VA is Rain
Rain
57 |51 °F
14 |11 °C
70% Chance
Precipitation
Tuesday
Tuesday's Sky Forecast For Marion, VA is Rain
Rain
61 |52 °F
16 |11 °C
80% Chance
Precipitation
Wednesday
Wednesday's Sky Forecast For Marion, VA is Chance of Rain
Chance of Rain
59 |46 °F
15 |8 °C
60% Chance
Precipitation
Thursday
Thursday's Sky Forecast For Marion, VA is Partly Cloudy
Partly Cloudy
66 |46 °F
19 |8 °C
10% Chance
Precipitation
Friday
Friday's Sky Forecast For Marion, VA is Partly Cloudy
Partly Cloudy
64 |42 °F
18 |6 °C
20% Chance
Precipitation
Saturday
Saturday's Sky Forecast For Marion, VA is Chance of Rain
Chance of Rain
58 |43 °F
14 |6 °C
60% 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 April 2018
Sunday
chancerain Showers late. Lows overnight in the low 50s.
Sunday Night
nt_chancerain Mostly clear skies early. Increasing clouds with showers late. Low around 50F. Winds SE at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 60%.
Monday
rain Rain early...then remaining cloudy with showers in the afternoon. High 57F. Winds ESE at 15 to 25 mph. Chance of rain 70%. Rainfall around a quarter of an inch.
Monday Night
nt_chancerain Windy with rain showers. Thunder is possible early. Low 51F. Winds ESE at 20 to 30 mph. Chance of rain 60%.
Tuesday
rain Showers early, becoming a steady rain later in the day. Thunder possible. High 61F. Winds E at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 80%.
Tuesday Night
nt_rain A steady rain in the evening. Showers continuing late. Thunder is possible early. Low 52F. Winds light and variable. Chance of rain 80%.
Wednesday
chancerain Considerable cloudiness with occasional rain showers. High 59F. Winds WNW at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 60%.
Wednesday Night
nt_chancerain Cloudy with occasional showers. Low 46F. Winds NW at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 40%.
Thursday
partlycloudy Cloudy early with partial sunshine expected late. High 66F. Winds light and variable.
Thursday Night
nt_partlycloudy A few clouds. Low 46F. Winds light and variable.
Friday
partlycloudy Sunshine and clouds mixed. Slight chance of a rain shower. High 64F. Winds W at 10 to 15 mph.
Friday Night
nt_chancerain Light rain early...then remaining cloudy with showers late. Low 42F. Winds W at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 70%.
Saturday
chancerain Showers in the morning, then partly cloudy in the afternoon. High 58F. Winds WNW at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 60%.
Saturday Night
nt_partlycloudy Partly cloudy. Low 43F. Winds WNW at 5 to 10 mph.
Sunday
partlycloudy Sunshine and clouds mixed. High near 70F. Winds WNW at 10 to 15 mph.
Sunday Night
nt_clear A mostly clear sky. Low 46F. Winds WNW at 5 to 10 mph.
Monday
clear Plentiful sunshine. High 72F. Winds WNW at 5 to 10 mph.
Monday Night
nt_clear A mostly clear sky. Low near 50F. Winds light and variable.
Tuesday
clear Mostly sunny skies. High 73F. Winds light and variable.
Tuesday Night
nt_clear Mostly clear skies. Low 53F. Winds light and variable.



10 Day Weather Forecast for Marion - ( Celsius )
Issued: 19:00 GMT on 22 April 2018
Sunday
chancerain Chance of late night showers. Low 10C.
Sunday Night
nt_chancerain Mostly clear skies early. Increasing clouds with showers late. Low around 10C. Winds SE at 15 to 30 km/h. Chance of rain 60%.
Monday
rain Rain early...then remaining cloudy with showers in the afternoon. High 14C. Winds ESE at 25 to 40 km/h. Chance of rain 70%. Rainfall near 6mm.
Monday Night
nt_chancerain Windy with periods of light rain and showers. Thunder is possible early. Low around 10C. Winds ESE at 30 to 50 km/h. Chance of rain 70%.
Tuesday
rain Showers early, becoming a steady rain later in the day. Thunder possible. High 16C. Winds E at 15 to 25 km/h. Chance of rain 80%.
Tuesday Night
nt_rain A steady rain in the evening. Showers continuing late. Thunder is possible early. Low 11C. Winds light and variable. Chance of rain 80%.
Wednesday
chancerain Cloudy with showers. High near 15C. Winds WNW at 10 to 15 km/h. Chance of rain 60%.
Wednesday Night
nt_chancerain Overcast with showers at times. Low 8C. Winds WNW at 10 to 15 km/h. Chance of rain 40%.
Thursday
partlycloudy Mostly cloudy early, then afternoon sunshine. High 19C. Winds light and variable.
Thursday Night
nt_partlycloudy A few clouds from time to time. Low 8C. Winds light and variable.
Friday
partlycloudy Intervals of clouds and sunshine. Slight chance of a rain shower. High 18C. Winds W at 15 to 25 km/h.
Friday Night
nt_chancerain Light rain early...then remaining cloudy with showers late. Low 6C. Winds W at 10 to 15 km/h. Chance of rain 70%.
Saturday
chancerain Rain showers early with some sunshine later in the day. High 14C. Winds WNW at 15 to 25 km/h. Chance of rain 60%.
Saturday Night
nt_partlycloudy Partly cloudy skies. Low 6C. Winds WNW at 10 to 15 km/h.
Sunday
partlycloudy Intervals of clouds and sunshine. High 21C. Winds WNW at 10 to 15 km/h.
Sunday Night
nt_clear A mostly clear sky. Low 8C. Winds WNW at 10 to 15 km/h.
Monday
clear Mostly sunny skies. High 22C. Winds WNW at 10 to 15 km/h.
Monday Night
nt_clear A mostly clear sky. Low near 10C. Winds light and variable.
Tuesday
clear Generally sunny. High 23C. Winds light and variable.
Tuesday Night
nt_clear Mainly clear skies. Low 12C. Winds light and variable.



7 Day - 24 Hour QPF Forecast for Marion
Sunday: 1 mm | 0.04 in
Monday: 7 mm | 0.29 in
Tuesday: 3 mm | 0.1 in
Wednesday: 3 mm | 0.1 in
Thursday: 0 mm | 0 in
Friday: 0 mm | 0 in
Saturday: 1 mm | 0.02 in
7 Day - 24 Hour Maximum Wind Speed Forecast for Marion
Sunday: 24 kph | 15 mph | Dir:
Monday: 40 kph | 25 mph | Dir: ESE
Tuesday: 24 kph | 15 mph | Dir: E
Wednesday: 16 kph | 10 mph | Dir: WNW
Thursday: 16 kph | 10 mph | Dir: WNW
Friday: 24 kph | 15 mph | Dir: W
Saturday: 24 kph | 15 mph | Dir: WNW
7 Day - Maximum Humidity Forecast for Marion
Sunday: 62 %
Monday: 64 %
Tuesday: 73 %
Wednesday: 78 %
Thursday: 54 %
Friday: 56 %
Saturday: 55 %
7 Day - 24 Hour Snowfall Total Forecast for Marion
Sunday: cm | in
Monday: 0 cm | 0 in
Tuesday: 0 cm | 0 in
Wednesday: 0 cm | 0 in
Thursday: 0 cm | 0 in
Friday: 0 cm | 0 in
Saturday: 0 cm | 0 in

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Weather Forecast Discussion

257
FXUS61 KRNK 230215
AFDRNK

Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Blacksburg VA
1015 PM EDT Sun Apr 22 2018

.SYNOPSIS...
Overnight through Wednesday, a slow moving area of low pressure will
progress from the Middle Mississippi River Valley northeast to over
the eastern Great Lakes region by Wednesday afternoon. The result
for our area will be widespread heavy rain for the whole region, and
gusty winds across the mountains. In the wake of this system, two
additional disturbances look to cross over or near our area Thursday
into Friday.

&&

.NEAR TERM /THROUGH MONDAY/...
As of 1013 PM EDT Sunday...

Rain shield continues to make slow northeastward progress, with
high clouds steadily lowering with southwestern extent.
Regional radar mosaic depicts a band of rain associated with 35
to 40 dbz echoes, trailing from Asheville NC northwestward
through Knoxville TN into north-central TN. Extrapolation should
bring this band of rain northeast into Watauga County close to
0530z/around 130 AM. Tried to better account for this in terms
of PoPs by showing a faster increase between 03-05z. Steadier
rain more likely toward morning in these southwestern areas,
however, based on indication from incoming 00z/23rd NAM.

Temps have cooled quicker than prior indications, perhaps a
consequence of cloud cover being a little thinner/thicker
cloudiness being slower to advance north. Tried to show a little
more cooling through 2 AM in the grids using a consensus blend
approach to get temperatures back more closely in line.

Aside from that, freshened up the wording in the Flood Watch and
Wind Advisory products, but no changes made to either attm.

As of 230 PM EDT Sunday...

A slow moving upper level low pressure system will progress from
just west of Memphis, TN tonight, to just northwest of Nashville, TN
by tomorrow afternoon. In advance of this low, winds across our
region will become southeast, and gradually increase in speed. The
result will be copious moisture drawn into the area from the
Atlantic getting lifted upslope into and across most of the area.
Also, by Monday afternoon, the influence of the left exit region of
the upper jet on the south side of the upper low will add a region
of strong diffluence aloft across the area. With this scenario, we
are expecting a heavy rain event for the area, with the
precipitation making its way into the area from southwest to
northeast late tonight through Monday. The amounts expected over a
multi-day period will prompt the issuance of a Flood Watch. Please
reference the HYDROLOGY section of this discussion for details.

The exception to the above pattern will be the far southwestern part
of our forecast area where a southeast flow yields downsloping
conditions. Areas such as Bluefield, WV, and Richland and Tazewell,
VA should have notably less precipitation, but much gustier winds.
The gusty winds will also be prevalent at the higher ridge tops of
the Northern Mountains of North Carolina, and the Mountain Empire
region of southwest Virginia. At these different locations, gusts of
35 to 45 mph are expected starting early Monday morning at the
highest elevations, and spreading to lower elevations by Monday
afternoon. A Wind Advisory will be posted to address these concerns.

&&

.SHORT TERM /MONDAY NIGHT THROUGH WEDNESDAY/...
As of 300 PM EDT Sunday...

Definitely looking at a wet period from Monday night into Tuesday
night. Will be monitoring flooding issues both stream flooding, to
potential main stem flooding. See hydro section below for details.

Southeast low level jet increases to 2 to 4 standard deviations above
normal Monday hence the wind advisory. Having rain falling may
hinder winds mixing down, but higher terrain from East River
Mountain along the Appalachian Trail to the NC mountains will be very
windy, with gusts to 45 to 55 mph not out of the question.


PWATs and moisture transport although high, not too much over 1 SD.
Expect the surface low over Georgia Monday evening to work with the
strong high off the New England coast to pull Atlantic moisture
right into the Blue Ridge. Although deep convection is not expected
some rainfall rates of one half inch for 3-6 hours may lead to
flooding.

The low takes on a Miller B setup with one weakening over KY/TN
while secondary one strengthens over southeast NC by Tuesday
afternoon. The southeast flow weakens Tuesday afternoon so rainfall
will begin to wind down by evening.

The surface low should be off the mid-Atlantic Coast Wednesday, with
lingering showers as the upper trough stays to our west and a
northern stream front tracks toward us.

Temperatures staying very cool Tuesday with rain and east flow, with
highs running about 1- to as much as 20 degrees below normal, and
with a wedge in place, coolest highs will be along the Blue ridge
into the Alleghanys with upper 40s to lower 50s, while far southwest
VA toward Chilhowie will reach the upper 50s, and the piedmont
should reach the mid 50s.

The clouds and rain will keep low temps above normal Monday and
Tuesday night in the mid 40s to lower 50s.

With not much airmass change Wednesday with northwest flow
increasing along with a return of some sunshine east of the
mountains, highs will milder, from the upper 50s to lower 60s
mountains, to lower 70s east of the Blue Ridge.

&&

.LONG TERM /WEDNESDAY NIGHT THROUGH SUNDAY/...
As of 135 PM EDT Sunday...

Deterministic models are highly variable this period, especially
after Thursday with the pattern. The 00z ECMWF takes a front east
of us by Thursday morning with drier weather in place, followed by a
weak piece of energy  moving over the Gulf Coastal States into
Friday morning while surface high stays over our area. The 500 mb
pattern shows a broad trough over the eastern half of the nation,
with two distinct storm tracks into the weekend. Overall the ECMWF
has us mainly dry with a few showers possible with a front cutting
across Saturday.

Meanwhile, the 12z GFS shows a strong Gulf Coastal system Thursday
with better southwest flow into the southern Appalachians. Then it
develops a surface low across the central Carolinas Thursday
evening, tracking it to the mid-Atlantic coast by Friday afternoon
while a strong northern stream upper low forms over the lower Great
Lakes, with a secondary front and shot of colder air moving in
Friday night into Saturday.

Will lean toward the steadier ensemble means this period which for
now paints at least a small chance of showers Wed night-Friday, with
possibly cold enough air after the front Saturday morning to have
snow showers in the Alleghanys. Expect temperatures to run at or
just below normal this period.

&&

.AVIATION /02Z MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY/...
As of 745 PM EDT Sunday...

VFR conditions look to continue overnight tonight while a slow
moving low pressure system pushes high clouds over the forecast
area. As increased moisture is introduced into the region under
southeast flow, sub-VFR ceilings will begin to build in from the
southwest to the northeast. Guidance continues to suggest a
broad swath of rain will move into the area, first affecting our
TAF sites in the early afternoon. This will likely cause
fluctuating cig/vis through the end of the TAf period.

As the pressure gradient increases ahead of the low, variable
winds will trend more toward the southeast, and some decent wind
gusts can be expected in many of the mountainous locations
overnight into tomorrow. BLF in particular will see some very
strong winds with occasional gusts to near 40 MPH possible.

Still plenty of uncertainty for exact timing of when sky
conditions will begin to deteriorate, however confidence is
medium to high that all TAF locations will still be VFR through
sunrise.


Extended Aviation Discussion...

Sub-VFR ceilings and visibilities and gusty winds in the west,
will continue through Monday night and early Tuesday.

Tuesday afternoon and night, the low pressure responsible for
the wet weather will shift east of the area. This will bring our
winds to the northwest, and allow for the precipitation to trend
showery in the west.

The weather pattern will remain unsettled Thursday into Friday
as a series of disturbances crosses the area, each with the
potential for providing showery precipitation and localized
sub-VFR conditions.

&&

.HYDROLOGY...
As of 300 PM EDT Sunday...

A prolonged period of strong upslope, moisture laden flow into the
region will produce a very generous rainfall for most of the region.
Amounts of one to two inches will be common for most the area.
However, across the area near the crest of the Blue Ridge from near
Floyd, VA southwest into the Northern Mountains of North Carolina,
amounts of three to four inches are more likely. It will be this
region, and downstream flow areas in parts of Patrick, Surry, and
Wilkes Counties, that have the greatest potential for flooding in
the nearer term. A flood watch will be in effect from 800 AM Monday
through 400 PM Tuesday. Confidence in a significant upslope rain
event is heightened by the Ensemble easterly wind component
anomalies of 2 to 4 standard deviations during the time of concern.

Looking a little bit further out in time, Model Ensemble River
Forecast are focusing on the Dan River as a location to watch for
possible minor river flooding once we reach the Tuesday into
Wednesday time frame.

&&

.RNK WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...
VA...Flood Watch from 8 AM EDT Monday through Tuesday afternoon for
     VAZ015>017-032.
     Wind Advisory until midnight EDT Monday night for VAZ007-009-
     015.
NC...Flood Watch from 8 AM EDT Monday through Tuesday afternoon for
     NCZ001>003-018-019.
     Wind Advisory until midnight EDT Monday night for NCZ001-018.
WV...Wind Advisory until midnight EDT Monday night for WVZ042.

&&

$$
SYNOPSIS...DS
NEAR TERM...AL/DS/JR
SHORT TERM...WP
LONG TERM...WP
AVIATION...DS/JR
HYDROLOGY...DS
Forecast Discussion from: NOAA-NWS Script developed by: El Dorado Weather

Hazardous Weather Outlook

000
FLUS41 KRNK 221949
HWORNK

Hazardous Weather Outlook
National Weather Service Blacksburg VA
349 PM EDT Sun Apr 22 2018

NCZ001-018-VAZ015-232000-
Ashe-Watauga-Grayson-
349 PM EDT Sun Apr 22 2018

...WIND ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM MIDNIGHT TONIGHT TO MIDNIGHT EDT
MONDAY NIGHT...
...FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT FROM MONDAY MORNING THROUGH TUESDAY
AFTERNOON...

This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for northwest North Carolina and
southwest Virginia.

.DAY ONE...This afternoon and tonight.

Please listen to NOAA Weather Radio or go to weather.gov on the
Internet for more information about the following hazards.

   Wind Advisory.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Monday through Saturday.

Please listen to NOAA Weather Radio or go to weather.gov on the
Internet for more information about the following hazards.

   Wind Advisory.
   Flood Watch.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

Spotter activation is not expected at this time.

$$

VAZ007-009-WVZ042-232000-
Tazewell-Smyth-Mercer-
349 PM EDT Sun Apr 22 2018

...WIND ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM MIDNIGHT TONIGHT TO MIDNIGHT EDT
MONDAY NIGHT...

This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for southwest Virginia and
southeast West Virginia.

.DAY ONE...This afternoon and tonight.

Please listen to NOAA Weather Radio or go to weather.gov on the
Internet for more information about the following hazards.

   Wind Advisory.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Monday through Saturday.

Please listen to NOAA Weather Radio or go to weather.gov on the
Internet for more information about the following hazards.

   Wind Advisory.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

Spotter activation is not expected at this time.

$$

NCZ004>006-020-VAZ010>014-018-022>024-033>035-043>047-058-059-232000-
Stokes-Rockingham-Caswell-Yadkin-Bland-Giles-Wythe-Pulaski-
Montgomery-Craig-Roanoke-Botetourt-Rockbridge-Franklin-Bedford-
Amherst-Henry-Pittsylvania-Campbell-Appomattox-Buckingham-Halifax-
Charlotte-
349 PM EDT Sun Apr 22 2018

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

.DAY ONE...This afternoon and tonight.

There is a low probability for widespread hazardous weather.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Monday through Saturday.

Rainfall amounts from 1.5 to as much as 2.5 inches is expected to
fall Monday through Tuesday night. Small stream and creek flooding
may become an issue, as well as larger rivers.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

Spotter activation is not expected at this time.

$$

NCZ002-003-019-VAZ016-017-032-232000-
Alleghany NC-Surry-Wilkes-Carroll-Floyd-Patrick-
349 PM EDT Sun Apr 22 2018

...FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT FROM MONDAY MORNING THROUGH TUESDAY
AFTERNOON...

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

.DAY ONE...This afternoon and tonight.

Hazardous weather is not expected at this time.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Monday through Saturday.

Please listen to NOAA Weather Radio or go to weather.gov on the
Internet for more information about the following hazards.

   Flood Watch.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

Spotter activation is not expected at this time.

$$

VAZ019-020-WVZ043-044-507-508-232000-
Alleghany VA-Bath-Summers-Monroe-Eastern Greenbrier-
Western Greenbrier-
349 PM EDT Sun Apr 22 2018

This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for west central Virginia and
southeast West Virginia.

.DAY ONE...This afternoon and tonight.

There is a low probability for widespread hazardous weather.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Monday through Saturday.

Southeast winds could gust over 45 mph along the highest peaks,
especially later Monday afternoon into Monday evening.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

Spotter activation is not expected at this time.

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

Public Information Statement [ If Any ]

000
NOUS41 KRNK 200029
PNSRNK
NCZ001>006-018>020-VAZ007-009>020-022>024-032>035-043>047-058-059-
WVZ042>044-507-508-201230-

Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Blacksburg VA
829 PM EDT Thu Apr 19 2018

...NWS DAMAGE SURVEY SUMMARY FOR CAMPBELL COUNTY TORNADO EVENT
SUNDAY APRIL 15 2018...

Under the guidance of the NWS Blacksburg office, Campbell County
Public Safety officials surveyed damage five miles east-southeast
of Rustburg, and confirmed an EF1 tornado with a 1.7 mile long
path length and maximum wind speeds of 90 MPH. Here are some
specifics:


Start Location...5 miles east-southeast of Rustburg
End Location...6 miles east-southeast of Rustburg
Date...April 15, 2018
Estimated Time...656 to 659 PM EDT
Maximum EF- Scale Rating..EF1 Estimated
Estimated Maximum Wind Speed...90 MPH
Maximum Path Width...400 yards
Path Length...1.7 miles
Beginning Lat/Lon...37.247781/-79.012131
Ending Lat/Lon...37.261656/-78.987255
* Fatalities...none
* Injuries...none

...Summary...
The tornado first touched down five miles east-southeast of
Rustburg near Carwile Road doing EF0 damage, where several small
trees were uprooted or snapped. The tornado then tracked
northeast peaking at EF1 along New Chapel Road and lifted just
south of the New Chapel Road and Bethany Road intersection.

A roof was blown off a garage and a manufactured home was moved
off its foundantion. A metal roof from a large shed was also
peeled off.

The National Weather Service would like to express sincere
gratitude to Campbell County Public safety for their assistance
with this survey.


EF Scale: The Enhanced Fujita Scale classifies tornadoes into the
following categories:

EF0...Weak......65 to 85 mph
EF1...Weak......86 to 110 mph
EF2...Strong....111 to 135 mph
EF3...Strong....136 to 165 mph
EF4...Violent...166 to 200 mph
EF5...Violent...>200 mph

* The information in this statement is preliminary and subject to
change pending final review of the event and publication in NWS
Storm Data.

$$
Public Information from: NOAA-NWS Script developed by: El Dorado Weather