CHILLY WEATHER AHEAD – January 31, 2023
- Rain showers this afternoon
- Some snow tomorrow morning
- Cooler Temperatures this week
STORMTRACKER ALERT: A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY has been issued for most of north-central West Virginia. Mixed precipitation and minor snow accumulation could lead to slick road conditions through at least midday.
SNOW SHOWERS & SLICK ROADS: Mixed precipitation and snow showers have moved back into the region. The commute for the morning will be slick in certain locations as accumulations of snow will be no more than an inch or so in most locations. Certain areas on high ground may approach 2 inches. Most of the snow should dissipate by the middle of the day leaving us with a overcast day with a high in the low to mid 30s. Winds will be generally out of the north to northwest at 5 to 10 mph. Overnight there may be a few straggler snow showers in the region as temperatures fall into the 20s for lows. The middle of the week will be uneventful with a mixture of sun & clouds. High will top out around 35 degrees. The rest of the week currently looks to be rather uneventful when it comes to precipitation. Thursday will have more cloud cover and a slight warm up to a high around 40. Friday temperatures will then dip to the 30s for highs before crashing to temperatures we have not seen since Christmas in the teens. Heading into the new week skies will be mostly cloudy with temperatures back into the low 40s.
TUESDAY: Snow showers & mixed precipitation. chilly. High: 36. Low: 21. Wind: NW 5.
TUESDAY NIGHT: Isolated snow showers. Low: 21 Wind: NW 5
WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny, High: 35. Low: 23.
THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy High: 43. Low: 22.
FRIDAY: Mostly sunny, frigid . High: 27 Low: 13.
SATURDAY: Mostly sunny. High: 37 Low: 26.
SUNDAY: Mostly cloudy. High: 43. Low: 30
MONDAY: Partly cloudy. High: 42.
STORMTRACKER 12 Meteorologist Khalil McIver