First Warning Forecast | Enjoy Mostly Dry Conditions For The Next 24 Hours
Showers And Storms Pick Back Up By Tomorrow Afternoon
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) - We’ll gradually poke some holes in those clouds this afternoon, aiming to sneak into the 70s at the end of the day given partial sunshine. Some of our better weather in the day will be toward evening, good news if you’re going to Power Park to see the return of the Charleston Dirty-Birds for their extended holiday homestand. Overnight we’ll be gently gliding back through to the upper 50s by tomorrow morning, another merciful night without need of the air conditioner.
Tomorrow will feature times of sunshine-- enough to get us back into the 80s in the afternoon. However we’ll also be looking at a few isolated showers and storms popping up. Most hours of the day will be rain-free though, so a good enough day to get out in the yard if you have to get things shaped up for the weekend.
Thursday begins our anticipation for the next system, and obviously this time of year no one actually enjoys anticipating the next rainfall. Nevertheless, it approaches. Recent modeling has actually seen this system slow down a bit, arriving a little later Thursday, thus sticking around into Friday. All outdoor events on both days should be thinking about their plans in case of rainfall. There’s still time to see things change further, but at this point this is the best posture to have. Saturday should see some improvement into the day, with Sunday and especially Memorial Day Monday featuring our best sunshine. Temperatures will gradually warm up in proportion to the sunshine, going from the lower 70s Friday to the mid and upper 80s by Monday.
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