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First Warning Forecast | Sliding Into Sunshine

But we’re not out of the woods for rain yet.
Published: Apr. 8, 2021 at 6:30 PM EDT|Updated: Apr. 9, 2021 at 8:38 AM EDT
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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) - The showers of the overnight are long-gone, and sunshine has re-emerged across the Tri-State. Some isolated fog covered the river valleys to begin the day, but most of us will go to the afternoon with more of the sunny warmth we’ve been enjoying. Highs will head toward the 80-degree mark. Though most of us will stay dry, if there is a shot at a shower popping, it would be in the eastern mountains or interior Ohio. After sunset, temperatures will ease slowly through the 70s, eventually settling in the comfy 50s Saturday morning.

We don’t see any issues for those morning ball-games, but scattered showers will eventually pop back into the region. Look for that in the afternoon, along with some rumbles of thunder. Temperatures have another shot at hitting 80°, but will cool back in any rain. Scattered showers will continue to be part of the mix right into Sunday, but not the whole day. Temperatures will gradually cool back to the 60s, particularly next week, but that’s where we should be this time of year. Expect lots of growing gardens (and tree pollen) in the coming days.

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