First Warning Forecast | Fall Feel, Right On Schedule

Our First Fall Showers Coming Soon Too
First Warning Forecast
Published: Sep. 19, 2022 at 6:54 PM EDT|Updated: Sep. 23, 2022 at 5:44 PM EDT
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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) - There will be a few passing bands of clouds this afternoon, but they’ll be harmless, and we expect a nice quiet night for the fall festivals and football games. If you’re heading out, just bring along the long-sleeves and you’ll be just fine. Temperatures tomorrow morning will still dip into the upper 40s, so plan for a similar chill at the early 5ks and youth games.

Saturday will feature moments of sunshine, but also passing waves of clouds. Though most hours of the day will stay dry, we’ll still have to allow for a stray shower or two. It’s not expected to get out of hand though, so it should be another decent evening in the Tri-State. Temperature actually balance back a bit Saturday and Sunday, getting back into the mid 70s both days. Sunday doesn’t finish well though, as another system will be quickly swinging some showers through during the second-half of the game. Any leftover shower will quickly depart Monday morning, with an afternoon reaching in the low 70s.

Another quick rain-maker scoots through Tuesday afternoon, on the leading edge of another dive of cooler air direct from Canada. Expect to spend much of next week in the 60s by day, and those same 40s by night. Let those colors turn!