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First Warning Forecast | Now This Is More Like April

However, That Does “Also” Mean Showers...
First Warning Forecast
Published: Apr. 10, 2022 at 6:31 PM EDT|Updated: Apr. 11, 2022 at 8:44 AM EDT
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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) - This morning’s temperatures started off in a bit of a split, with the chilly 30s still hanging out in the dry air of the east, and the 50s in the west where clouds and humidity were streaming in. We’ll be tracking showers (and a few rumbles of thunder) coming through, though mainly in our northern and western counties. A gathering southerly breeze will not only help push our temperatures toward the 70s, but will also continue to put pressure on these showers, shoving them farther to our north. The farther south and east you are today, the more likely you will consider this day’s weather a ‘win’. Everyone will see showers spread through from west to east for everyone, but it won’t be the end of the rain risks this week. “April Showers” indeed...

Scattered showers will still be working through the Tri-State tomorrow morning, but will eventually fade for breaking clouds and a quieter afternoon. Temperatures will bounce back toward the 70°-mark, and we have hope for a dry Opening Day of home baseball for the Cincinnati Reds. Wednesday drifts some scattered showers back into the region, but we’ll still have enough dry hours in the day to see temperatures spike into the mid and upper 70s. Thursday will feature the crossing of a fairly significant storm system, the one that’s been instigating all these showers, and we’ll have our best shot in months for a quieter Friday-Saturday time, which will be well-deserved in addition to being quite well-timed with the Easter holiday weekend. Showers are looming on Easter Sunday itself, but currently they are looking to hold off until the end of the day.

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