First Warning Forecast | Passing Showers, Back Into Sun
A Little Choppy Early In The Day, But A Nice Second-Half.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) - The storm system responsible for days of severe weather slipped through our region without much fanfare. Despite the wet and breezy drive, the morning timing allowed us to get off rather easy compared to how folks in the western side of the Ohio Valley had to deal with it yesterday (and frankly what the NY/New England region will have to deal with today). Temperatures cooled noticeably behind the front, sinking through the 50s after starting near 60°. Sunshine helps us bounce back in the afternoon, but only to those same 60s. It will be pleasant enough, though not the low 80s like yesterday. Tonight’s clear skies will be great for the telescopes, but now also the sweaters, as temperatures drop to the low 40s tomorrow morning.
The early chill wont be great at the bus-stop Friday morning, but we will again have another nice rally in a sunny afternoon. Highs will spike into the low 70s. Some clouds will come in to finish the day, but it’s a win nonetheless. Saturday is now trending in the wrong direction, with some scattered showers popping around. Highs there will stay in the 60s. Easter Sunday puts us back in the sunshine, but it will be chilly again. Sunrise services come with temperatures in the 30s, so consider those outfits. The afternoon will only get back to the mid and upper 50s, but the sunshine should make outdoor pictures and egg-hunts doable just fine.
Monday will definitely be a step (or two) down from Sunday’s weather. Rain, steady at times will swing through, but temperatures will hold in the 40s for much of the day, dropping back through the 30s overnight, even to the point of putting the risk of those snowflakes back into the mix. Those showers wind down and exit Tuesday morning, but the colder-than-average weather pattern is pretty-much on lock for much of the week ahead.
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