First Warning Forecast | Swirling Showers Continue

...But It’s Not All Bad!
First Warning Forecast
Published: Oct. 28, 2021 at 8:53 PM EDT|Updated: Oct. 29, 2021 at 9:14 AM EDT
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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) - Our vast Eastern US storm system has been bringing waves of rain across the Tri-State, but like a vanilla-chocolate swirl, there will be seams of rain-free air (and even sunshine) alongside these rain showers. If you catch one of those times of brighter skies, temperatures will manage to sneak into the 60s, but plan for rain anyway because that will be a better posture to have considering no one type of weather will end up overhead for too long. Likewise if you’re going to the one of the games tonight be ready for a period of rain as well.

This system is quite a slow mover, so we’ll be dealing with periodic showers in a swirling fashion tomorrow as well, right on into Sunday morning. Temperatures will largely hold in the 50s during the day, so plan accordingly if you’re tailgating at the Marshall game. Sunday brings some improvement in the skies, but we might still have to wait until the afternoon before the mountain counties are done with the rain. Then our best weather day comes on Monday, starting November off on a high note with temperatures in the 60s under a patch of sunshine. The end of the week bears watching though, as a cold snap comes through, looking to sink us to the 30s and 40s. Some areas are looking at possibly seeing their first flakes of the season-- and we’re not talking about just the ski slopes anymore!

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