It would be nice if all father’s could have their perfect day today. In looking back at the events of the past 3 or 4 months I consider myself pretty lucky to have remained healthy and sane.
This Father’s Day falls on the first full day of summer. Traditional activities like going to the beach or having a barbecue could be threatened by scattered thunderstorms as today’s high temperature should reach the low to mid 80’s.
As summer activities ramp up into full swing, Father's Day can be synonymous with outdoor activities like a trip to the lake, grilling outside, camping or maybe just some work around the house: https://t.co/2A3WO2x8Ns pic.twitter.com/8dksK1H9fC
— AccuWeather (@breakingweather) June 20, 2020
My annual Father’s Day tradition of going to a ballgame with my son will not happen this year. I’m sure many other fathers will see their annual traditions come to an end as well, but I truly believe if everyone would play their unselfish roles in striving to eradicate the coronavirus pandemic that we will each be doing our best to promote the greater good.
Areas of fog have developed this morning, focused mainly over central/eastern VA and the lower eastern shore. Fog will lift by mid-morning. Becoming partly sunny and warmer with scattered late day and evening showers and T-Storms expected. Highs in the upper 70s to mid 80s. pic.twitter.com/NesoPBRcDT
— NWS Wakefield (@NWSWakefieldVA) June 21, 2020