First Warning Forecast | More showers to dodge as May begins
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) - Saturday’s showers lasting longer than anticipated must have been the price to pay for last weekend being so nice. However, more showers and storms are in the forecast on Sunday and periodically throughout the first several days in May as well. During this time period, temperatures generally look to hover near or just below seasonable norms.
Much of Saturday night stays fairly dry outside of a stray shower or two under a partly cloudy sky. Patchy fog may develop over the damp ground as the wind stays light. Low temperatures fall to the upper 50s.
Sunday sees a partly cloudy sky with scattered showers and thunderstorms at virtually any point throughout the day, even in the pre-dawn hours. However, there will be dry moments in between rainy ones. Some storms may become strong, producing heavy rainfall, gusty winds, and small hail. Temperatures reach the mid to upper 70s during the afternoon.
Monday sees a mostly sunny sky with high temperatures in the upper 70s. No rain is expected.
Another round of showers and thunderstorms is likely on Tuesday as high temperatures reach the 80-degree mark.
Some light showers linger into Wednesday morning, followed by drier but still mostly cloudy conditions for the afternoon. Cooler temperatures are in store as well, as highs only reach the mid to upper 60s.
Thursday will be partly cloudy with a couple showers possible. High temperatures rise to around 70 degrees.
More widespread showers and storms are likely Friday and Saturday with temperatures still hovering near the 70-degree mark.
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