First Warning Forecast | Quieter, Briefly
Another Storm System Lurks Tuesday Night.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) - Though the region has been draped in very stubborn gray clouds, at least it’s not as windy out there and a general calming trend has taken hold. The lighter breezes are out of the north and west, forcing cooler air into the mix. While yesterday had high temperatures in the 60s to lower 70s, we’ll be stuck in the 40s most of the day, and cooling further to the 30s overnight. A spot of drizzle can be seen in this dreariness, but most hours will end up dry. For most folks, tomorrow will be a better day.
The wind begins to kick up again on Tuesday, this time out of the warmer southerly direction. Temperatures will spike back into the 60s again, getting folks back outside in a more pleasant air. While enjoying these conditions, be careful to re-evaluate your outdoor decorations as the next storm system we have coming in Tuesday night will bring more gusty winds to the area. Another strong front will approach late Tuesday night and continue some waves of showers through the first-half of the day Wednesday. Temperatures will initially make it back to about 60-degrees, but drop right through the 40s during the afternoon. By Thursday morning we’ll be as cold as the upper 20s, potentially causing a flash freeze on secondary roads and walkways. At least it gets quieter from there to the end of the workweek, with sunshine for Thursday and Friday. Highs Thursday will struggle to get back to 40°, and Friday can see the more seasonable mid-50s. The next shot at rain after this lurks Saturday afternoon, which can complicate some of the area state championship football games.
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