First Warning Forecast - Times Of Clouds And Sun

A Few Sneaky Showers, But Comfy Temps.
Published: Sep. 27, 2021 at 11:27 PM EDT|Updated: Sep. 28, 2021 at 1:32 PM EDT
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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) - As we track the fading of our morning round of isolated showers, sunshine will slowly elbow its way in to fill the void. Temperatures are already well warmer than where we began yesterday, and we’ll take these 60s quickly to the mid 70s by midday. Partly to mostly sunny skies govern the afternoon, and highs should crest into the low 80s, much like yesterday. Unlike yesterday, our day will finish with a new round of patchy clouds, and a some more isolated showers will drop through. Though taking along the umbrella or the poncho is always a good idea if you’re going out tonight, we don’t expect these showers to become too disruptive-- many of us won’t even catch one. Temperatures will sag back into the upper 50s following the showers, leaving us with some morning fog in the usual valleys Wednesday.

High pressure moves in and becomes established Wednesday afternoon, granting a return to sunshine and lowering humidity. Highs will remain in the 70s, very comfortable and right in line with late September. This weather pattern is set to stick around too, keeping around rain-free sunshine right into the weekend. Look for afternoon highs to remain in the 70s and morning lows in the cozy 40s. We actually need some rain around here, to keep any looming brushfire threat at bay (and to juice up the leaves for a good fall color season)... but it doesn’t look like we’ve got much on the way between here and Sunday.

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