Unsettled week ahead…
UNSETTLED INTO THURSDAY: After a wet and sticky Wednesday, more unsettled weather is expected to come through the region on Thursday. Thursday will start off with areas of dense fog across north-central West Virginia. As we head into the afternoon – sunshine, warmth, and humidity will fuel the fire and bring a few pop-up showers and storms throughout north-central West Virginia Thursday afternoon and evening, mainly to the south of Route 50 and east of I-79. This will start a trend of unsettled, warm, humid, and possibly showery and stormy conditions through the weekend. Expect drier conditions Sunday into the middle of next week with warm and humid conditions, however, a pop-up shower or storm cannot be ruled out.
THURSDAY: Sun and clouds with scattered showers and thundershowers possible mainly south of Route 50. High: 83. Low: 62.
FRIDAY: Partly cloudy with scattered showers or thunderstorms possible mainly to the east. High: 85. Low: 64.
SATURDAY: Partly cloudy with a stray shower or storm chance. High: 84. Low: 61.
SUNDAY: Partly to mostly sunny and drier. High: 85. Low: 59.
MONDAY: Sun and cloud, warm, and humid. High: 86. Low: 61.
TUESDAY: Partly cloudy and warm. High: 86. Low: 63.
WEDNESDAY: Partly cloudy with a shower chance. High: 83.
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