Cool down for the weekend…
WBOY STORMTRACKER 12 WEATHER SYNOPSIS:
We hope you enjoyed yesterday as we saw a wet Wednesday across north-central West Virginia today Temperatures Wednesday were cool as well, steady into the 50s.Tonight some of the higher elevations could start to see a mix between some rain and snow as well as some mixing. This will remain above 3,000 feet in elevation.
Thursday will be cool and slowly clearing across the lowlands with highs in the 50s; there will be a few lingering showers that will fade as the day goes on. It’s going to be a different story across the mountains. Mountain temperatures into the 30s and 40s with trapped moisture from Wednesday’s system as well as a cool, northwest wind continue upslope rain showers with some snowflakes and ice mixed in. Don’t be surprised to see freezing rain accumulation and snowflakes in areas with greater than 3,000 feet in elevation. This is something to keep our eye on! Once this clears, sunshine will take over across the region warming us back into the 70s to around 80 by the weekend. However, showers look to build late Sunday into Tuesday with autumn-like temperatures coming back toward the middle of the next work week.
TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy with lingering showers and freezing rain and wintry mix in the mountains. Low: 41. Wind: W 10-25 G45
THURSDAY: Becoming partly cloudy with fading showers in the lowlands. Mostly cloudy, windy, and cool with rain showers, ice, and a few snowflakes mixed in for the mountains. High: 54. Low: 39.
FRIDAY: Mostly sunny. High: 61. Low: 40.
SATURDAY: Sunny. High: 71. Low: 46.
SUNDAY: Warm with increasing clouds and shower chances. High: 76. Low: 50.
MONDAY: Mostly cloudy with isolated shower chances. High: 73. Low: 56.
TUESDAY: Partly cloudy with isolated shower chances. High: 67. Low: 38.
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STORMTRACKER 12 Meteorologist Dillon Gaudet
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