First Warning Forecast | A Cloud-Sun Fight

Not A Lot Of Rain Results ... Today Anyway.
First Warning Forecast
Published: Apr. 28, 2022 at 6:41 PM EDT|Updated: Apr. 29, 2022 at 1:00 PM EDT
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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) - Most hours of the day today will end up rain-free, with snippets of sunshine, but we can’t completely rule out a stray shower briefly reaching the ground. Overnight tonight we’ll see the clouds thicken back up, with new showers arriving before dawn Saturday. These will end up being more commonplace, challenging some of the morning events (thinking ballfields and the charity 5ks).

Those showers will scatter about Saturday morning, but gradually fade to the east as we get to the afternoon. Temperatures will manage to sneak back into the low 70s, just in time for those prom pictures (there are several proms going on tomorrow night). Showers will be filtering back in on Sunday, and Sunday (the 1st of May) will end up being the wetter of the bunch, with a stray rumble of thunder. Even then, there will be enough of a break at times to sneak temperatures into the mid 70s. This will be out of here by Monday, which may well end up being the pick of the week. After a cool start to the day, highs will run through the 70s with a better shot of sunshine. The next rain-maker will be slated for Tuesday afternoon on into Wednesday morning, but now that it’s May, those temperatures look stay in a comfortable range right through.

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