First Warning Forecast | Taste of fall coming this week

More dry days than not are expected this week with cooler temperatures by mid-week.
More dry days than not are expected this week with cooler temperatures by mid-week.
Published: Jun. 14, 2021 at 1:06 PM EDT
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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) - After another cold front pushes through Monday evening, much more refreshing air settles in to the region as humidity drops and temperatures turn quite chilly for a couple mornings. But, with the start of summer occurring on Sunday - the same day as Father’s Day, by the way - any quiet and cool trend just cannot last very long. As a result, both humidity and storm chances creep up again by the weekend.

After patchy dense fog lifted Monday morning, a mostly sunny sky is expected for a majority of the day as high temperatures reach the upper 80s. Another passing cold front late in the day may bring a quick-passing shower or thunderstorm, but severe weather is not expected.

Tuesday sees a mix of clouds and sun. While mainly dry conditions are expected, isolated showers may pop during the afternoon. Temperatures only rise to the upper 70s during the afternoon.

Wednesday finally looks pleasant with a mostly sunny sky and high temperatures in the upper 70s.

Thursday morning may actually feel chilly as low temperatures bottom out near 50 degrees. The afternoon will rebound to near 80 degrees with plentiful sunshine.

Friday stays mostly sunny for a majority of the day, but clouds increase late along with a chance showers and thunderstorms. High temperatures return to the mid 80s.

Showers and storms remain in the forecast on Saturday and Sunday with temperatures in the low to mid 80s.

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