First Warning Forecast | Fantastic Fall Free-For-All

Lots Of Sunshine Ahead.
Published: Sep. 23, 2021 at 9:09 PM EDT|Updated: Sep. 24, 2021 at 8:54 AM EDT
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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) - The morning fog lifted quickly in most spots, and a beautiful blue sky is set to carry over the rest of the day. Despite the early chill of the 40s, we’ll be up around 70-degrees this afternoon-- which is just about perfect. It’ll be a great afternoon in the park and at the festivals, but if you’re going to the football games tonight be sure to layer back up as temperatures will be dropping back through the 50s quickly after sunset. It’s a perfect night for the firepit though, and stargazers will be delighted with the view through the telescope.

Saturday starts off with temperatures around 50 for the early soccer games and 5ks, but we’ll be tracking a quick-passing system of clouds during the day, and with it a brief risk of a shower. More hours of the day will be just fine, so no fears for the festivals. In fact, we’ll end up mainly dry right through Monday, and with a slow warming trend. Expect the 70s Sunday afternoon, and then 80-degrees on Monday. A few showers look to swing by on Tuesday, but still not very eventful in that department. With morning temperatures in the cozy 50s and afternoons primarily in the 70s, I bet no one’s complaining!

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