Wednesday starts off with a few rain showers across the region. Due to a progressing cold front, Wednesday morning will start off a bit soggy. As we progress through your Wednesday, the frontal system will continue to make its way further south. As it does, the bulk of the rain showers on Wednesday will be concentrated near the southern state line. While some of these showers could be on the steady side, were only expecting accumulations to be between a quarter to half an inch of rainfall. As you travel about for Wednesday, slick travel will be possible, especially for anyone needing to travel near the southern state line. On top of the rain showers, a few clouds and cool northwestern winds will keep our temperatures in the upper 60s.

Wednesday night will begin to see conditions improve. After seeing rain showers and a few clouds for most of the morning and afternoon, both should start to erode away as we head into Wednesday night. A high-pressure system from Canada will begin to make its way in and push in drier weather. Thus, for your Wednesday night, you can expect decreasing cloud cover and a cooler night ahead with overnight lows dropping into the 40s.

Thursday morning starts off in the cool 40s under mostly clear skies. If you have been waiting for your chance to enjoy dry weather all day long, Thursday looks to be a good bet! The high-pressure system will continue to move in and provide the entire area with plenty of sunshine and dry time. If you missed your chance to get outdoor chores done the past few days, early morning or late afternoon on Thursday looks like the best times. After starting off with a cool morning, we’ll see our afternoon highs try to make a run for the 70 degree mark.

Friday finishes this work week off with another nice day for the most part. Our northern high-pressure system continues to give us more dry time with it continuing to stick around. This will be primarily seen across the lower elevations and for those closer to the western edge of West Virginia. For the mountain counties, the chance for an isolated mountain shower is there with a nearby low-pressure system. These showers will likely stick near the higher elevations and keep the lowlands dry. Any shower chances will diminish by the evening with the loss of daytime heating, leaving the overnight dry and clear. Afternoon highs for Friday will likely remain in the low 70s.

Saturday looks like it will kick off the weekend on a great note. Outside of a few clouds here or there, dry weather looks to be in place for our Saturday. Our northern high-pressure system will give us one more day of dry weather before sliding off to the east. You can expect a mix of sun and clouds for your Saturday as we continue to warm up. Before our Saturday comes to a close, afternoon highs on Saturday will likely get into the upper 70s.

Sunday morning looks to start off dry with partly cloudy skies. It will be the first morning over the past several days where we get back into the 50s for morning lows. Much of the late morning and early afternoon will also stay dry before more clouds build in for the evening. A new cold front is expected to cross later on Saturday night. This will bring in the chance for scattered showers and storms as we head into the overnight on Sunday. The few hours of dry time we do see will help our afternoon highs climb into the upper 70s.

Monday morning starts off with scattered showers and a few thunderstorms as our cold front continues to move through. Definitely get the rain gear packed as you start the new work week. Much of the rain showers will occur during the morning hours as the main line crosses. However, once the cold front passes, rain chances should gradually diminish for the second half on Monday. This will also include the chance for a few peaks of sunshine before Monday ends. The cloudy skies and rain showers will only get our afternoon highs into the low 70s.

Tuesday looks to get us back on track when it comes to dry weather. With the exit of Monday’s cold front, we should begin to see better improvements on Tuesday with a mix of sun and clouds to begin the morning. This dry weather will continue throughout our Tuesday as we enjoy a partly sunny day. Looking like a great day to go out and enjoy any outdoor activities that you missed out on Monday. We’ll start in the 50s for the morning but gradually make our way back into the middle 70s by dinnertime.

In your extended forecast, we continue on with our June forecast by finally getting back into the 80s by next Wednesday and Thursday. This will also be followed by a mix of sun and clouds through the rest of the work week. The chance for a few isolated showers and storms remains possible, especially with more daytime heating. With that said, there will still be plenty of opportunities to enjoy the dry, sunny weather by the end of the next work week. 

Southern showers, gradual clearing PM. Highs in the upper 60s.
Mostly sunny skies. Highs near the 70 mark.
Partly sunny, few MTN showers possible. Highs in the low 70s.
A sunny start to the weekend. Warmer. Highs in the upper 70s.
Dry AM, scattered showers/storms PM. Highs in the upper 70s.
AM showers/storms, evening clearing out. Highs in the low 70s.
Partly sunny skies. Highs in the middle 70s.
Sunny and dry. Highs in the low 80s.
A few isolated showers. Highs in the low 80s.
Isolated showers possible. Highs in the upper 70s.