First Warning Forecast | More Sunshine Ahead
Will Today Feel “Hot” For You?
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) - Following some isolated early morning fog and some harmless low clouds, we’re back into another sunny day, much like it looked yesterday. A southwesterly breeze will push temperatures about 5 to 10 degrees hotter than yesterday, which would land us right around the low 80s. As wonderful as that sounds (and that does sound good), this time of year that represents a warmer day than average. If you’re not careful, you might wind up with a sunburn or some dehydration that you didn’t plan on. There’ll be a good sweat going for the afternoon joggers and sports practices, so take that extra water break! At least we’ll have a wonderfully comfortable night for any spectators at the games tonight under the lights. We’ll be sliding back gently through the 70s into the 60s for tomorrow morning.
A weak front skips by tomorrow, offering a half-hearted shot at a stray shower, mainly in the afternoon hours and in the northern and eastern counties. Temperatures will again get close to the low 80s, all depending on how long you see sunshine before that system comes through (hint: best seen in our western counties). Once we get beyond this, we’ll have more pleasant weather to come.
A new area of high pressure moves in Wednesday afternoon and sticks around right through the upcoming weekend. This one comes from the north, so it arrives with seasonably cooler air, dropping us back through the 70s for afternoon temperatures and starting off the mornings once again in the 40s. Not a lot to complain about just yet -- but that’s a clarion call to take advantage!
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