First Warning Forecast | Passing Shower, Decent Afternoon
A Few Breezes Expected -- But Not That Breezy.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) - This morning’s passing showers only hit some of us, but it was a momentary downpour underneath those clouds with even a rumble of thunder. A weak area of low-pressure is passing through, inciting a couple of these showers but not for everybody. Once this thing passes to the east and out of here this afternoon, we’ll get back into a window of sunshine and some decent weather. The breezes will run 20-25mph, which is a far cry from the 45-55mph we saw this past Saturday. By evening these winds will wrap around from the northwest, bringing cooler air (and clouds) to the region. By tomorrow morning we’ll be back in the upper 30s, just like you would normally see on early spring days.
Tuesday will play out similarly to Monday, though the best risk for rain will be on the other side of the day (the second-half). Temperatures will stay cooler, the 50s. Overall, the tri-state area will stay mainly dry through Thursday. Wednesday and Thursday specifically will be our sunniest days, with temperatures climbing back to about 60°. This is currently pegging Thursday for a great one in Cincinnati for Opening Day baseball and its all-day festivities. Friday will finish the workweek on a bit of a downer, as we finally see a decent system swing through. Expect to get the umbrellas out Friday afternoon through Saturday. It will be a touch warmer, but still not all that easy for the kids and spectators at the youth spring sports fields.
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