First Warning Forecast | Great Finish To A Gray Start

There’s A Lot Of Good Things To Say About The Week Ahead.
Published: Sep. 5, 2021 at 6:38 PM EDT|Updated: Sep. 6, 2021 at 8:45 AM EDT
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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) - As is usual when we see a storm system depart after spreading rain through the area, we had some locally dense morning fog that only stubbornly erodes as the Sun ascends higher in the sky. The process, once completed though, will give us a wonderful afternoon with bold sunshine-- cloud-free at times, yet highs staying in the lower 80s. This will make for a perfect afternoon at the golf course or in the backyard. As the sunset time continues to arrive earlier and earlier, the evening cools down sooner and sooner, pushing us back through the 60s before too long. This works out well for those fire pits, so... enjoy!

Tuesday keeps the Sun shining and temperatures bumping back into the mid 80s, a summery feel to be sure after some cooler days. Our next shot at rain comes Wednesday, more likely the afternoon. Temperatures will initially race toward those same 80s, but fall back in the 70s once those scattered showers move in. We’ll see some of these showers linger on into Thursday, but skies will also start to improve.

If we can confine the rain risks into just Wednesday and Thursday, then this will be one of the better weeks we’ve had. This coming weekend is currently looking to go back out into sunshine, with temperatures working back into the 80s.

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