First Warning Forecast | An Up-And-Down Weather Week

At Least The Means There’s Some Ups!
First Warning Forecast
Published: Nov. 14, 2021 at 6:36 PM EST|Updated: Nov. 15, 2021 at 8:42 AM EST
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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) - The swirling chill of the weekend is hanging on across the Tri-State, but at least it’s a little quieter out there. Despite working to shed the early clouds, the brighter skies of the afternoon will only get us to the mid-40s, keeping us in the jackets. New clouds arrive before evening, and a couple spots of drizzle or flakes will skip by overnight, mainly in the north.

Sunshine makes another run at us tomorrow, but this time with a gathering southerly breeze. We’ll make use of it, helping to push us to the 60°-mark in the afternoon (fairly respectable). Yet another system will approach Tuesday afternoon and evening, but will be kicking out of here Wednesday morning, after bringing a few showers across. Wednesday afternoon will feature our best air of the week, potentially even sneaking to the 70-degree mark depending on the amount of sunshine that comes back in.

For whatever goodness the mild air brings mid-week, we’ll be losing it just as quickly in the days that follow. Yet another system moves through Thursday afternoon, sending us tumbling back to the 40s on Friday. High school playoff teams (and their fans) better be prepared for the chill again this weekend.

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