First Warning Forecast | Sunshine In A Split View
Northern counties stalk the 90°-mark again, while the south watches for a spot shower.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) - Partly to mostly sunny skies cover the Tri-State today, but the southern counties have notably more humidity around, owing to the dissipation of the frontal system we’ve been tracking. It never fully plowed through our region, so leftover cloud boundaries associated with it can be the breeding ground for pop-up showers and storms this afternoon. There won’t be much, but they can help keep temperatures in the 80s, whereas our northern counties will be the ones who hit 90° in the more persistent sunshine.
Overnight ends up relatively quiet, with some valley fog forming and temperatures dropping back through the 70s. We’ll be tracking our next storm system arriving Thursday, bringing another smattering of rain and thunder. The longer it holds off in arriving, the hotter it will be before it gets there. Some of our northern and eastern counties might even sneak another 90° reading briefly before falling back in the arriving clouds. Nevertheless, the next few days will be marked by these passing rounds of rain and thunder, with partly sunny skies in between, and temperatures staying in the 80s. It will be quite difficult to be precise in time and place on this sporadic rainfall, but it will be good for the lawn, garden, and seasonal sensibilities.
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