After a wet morning to start off the work week, the weather has become considerably cooler and drier. Chances of rain increase mid-week as a tropical system pushes through.
Well over an inch of rain fell on campus Monday morning, disrupting the trek to early classes. Rain ended quickly however, with bits of sunshine poking through the clouds by noon. Dry weather and cooler conditions settled in nicely and will continue into Tuesday where highs will only reach the mid-60s.
Clouds return with our next shot of rain during the day Wednesday, as further remnants of Tropical Storm Karen try to make a comeback. After suffering a quiet death, the weak disturbance that used to be Karen has refused to dissipate, and looks to toss moisture into our region Wednesday.
Quite a bit is still uncertain, but there is a possibility of a passing shower or two.
The remainder of the week appears to be cool and dry. Skies will stay partly-to-mostly cloudy and temperatures will barely breach 70 by the weekend.
Game day looks to be dry as the Hokies prepare to host Pittsburgh for the third home game of the season.