Late Week Cool Down…
WBOY STORMTRACKER 12 WEATHER SYNOPSIS:
We started off today with rounds of showers and a few rumbles of thunder in some spots. This began to clear up throughout our early afternoon but pop-up showers and storms have returned to North-Central West Virginia for our early evening. These isolated disturbances will continue to move eastward across the viewing area for the remainder of our evening into the early overnight period. The heat and humidity we have seen for our Wednesday will begin to subside once the sun goes down as well. Early tomorrow morning will be our next chance of rainfall ahead of a cold front that will be tracking into our area. Expect unsettled weather throughout much of the day on Thursday as the atmosphere will be unstable which creates the opportunity for heavy rain and gusty winds within a few of the storms.
Thursday night into Friday will be where we will finally see a break in the hot and humid weather behind the cold front. Temperatures throughout our Friday will remain below average and thanks to a northwesterly wind it will feel like early fall for many of us. Expect these pleasant conditions to last for much the first part of our weekend. Chances of rain will remain low throughout the weekend as well with our next system not working into the region until early next week. It is looking like a great weekend to get out and enjoy any outdoor activities you may have planned!
TONIGHT: Partly cloudy with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. Low: 69.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy with scattered showers and storms. High: 80. Low: 62.
FRIDAY: Morning showers possible then becoming partly cloudy. High: 76. Low: 56.
SATURDAY: Mostly sunny. High: 78. Low: 58.
SUNDAY: Mostly sunny. High: 84. Low: 61.
MONDAY: Partly Cloudy with a chance of isolated showers and thunderstorms. High:85. Low: 63.
TUESDAY: Partly Cloudy with a chance of isolated showers and thunderstorms. High: 85. Low: 67.
Wednesday: Showers and Thunderstorms possible. High: 87. Low: 67.
STORMTRACKER 12 Weather with Dillon Gaudet
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