First Warning Forecast | Scattered Showers Creep At Us From The East And West

Pretty nice in the middle.
Published: Aug. 2, 2020 at 6:55 PM EDT|Updated: Aug. 3, 2020 at 8:36 AM EDT
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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) - After some of our most comfortable temperatures in more than a month (low 60s) to begin the day, our times of sunshine will be gradually interrupted from the west and east. The eastern counties will see scattered showers even from the start of the day, and the western counties won’t see showers scatter in until the afternoon. Those who manage to stay in the middle for as long as possible will end up with some pretty decent skies, and temperatures seasonably in the mid-80s.

A weak cold front is slowly advancing from the west, and it will result in increased cloudiness tonight and at times tomorrow. It brings a few scattered showers as well, but overall not too much trouble. In fact, weak as it may be, it will help keep Isaias moving east of the Appalachian Mountains and staying largely out of our hair. Overnight lows will be in the mid 60s and tomorrow’s highs will be in the low and mid 80s.

Wednesday we’ll be in the ‘leftovers’ stage, as Isaias pulls away along with this weak front of ours. Nevertheless, there can still be patchy clouds and a few showers caught up in the train. By Thursday and Friday we’re anticipating a lot more sunshine in the mix with only a few isolated showers popping up (mainly in the mountains). This weekend is currently looking dry, but with temperatures creeping back up again to the more typical 90-degree mark you would expect in early August.

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