First Warning Forecast | Enjoy This Week’s Weather
It Looks Rocky By The Weekend.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) - As temperatures cruise past the 70s at midday, a layer of clouds will spread across. This will be temporary, annoying the sun-lovers but helping to keep a lid on those temperatures near the 80-degree mark. It will be another pleasant evening across the Tri-State, seeing temperatures walk back through the 70s and 60s during the later innings of the Charleston Dirty-birds game. Tomorrow morning may well be a repeat of this morning under the same area of high pressure, starting off in the comfy mid-50s. Wednesday will feature all-day sunshine, which this time will put temperatures back to their seasonable averages in the mid 80s.
More sunshine begets more heat, and Thursday’s highs will now be back up around the 90°-mark. Quintessential summer weather for the kickoff of Charleston’s Sternwheel Regatta. Friday looks to inch a bit hotter under continued sunshine, but a few isolated pop-up storms will develop in the afternoon to cool a few folks down. The upcoming Independence-Day time period (Saturday through Monday) will still have plenty of sunshine and rain-free times, but we’ll also have to look out for a few more of those afternoon ‘pop-up’ thunderstorms. At this point, Saturday and Monday (the 4th) look a little less threatening than Sunday, with that particular day looking like our best bet for folks to see a shower or storm. Temperatures during the weekend should hold in the 80s each afternoon.
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