A Flash Flood Warning has been issued for All of Greenbrier county and the northern portions of Monroe and Summers counties. We have already seen flooding issues today and additional heavy rain is on the way. This will cause flash flooding of streams, creeks, poor drainage areas and urban locations across the warned areas.
Tonight we will see any lingering showers begin to wrap up, especially after dark. We could see an isolated shower before midnight, but then we are dry for the rest of the evening. Skies will be mostly cloudy and we remain muggy and warm with lows in the mid 60s. Watch for a few areas of fog to start off the day.
Tuesday will be in the same boat as Monday. Highs will top out into the mid and upper 80s, dewpoints will be in the 60s and 70s and very noticeable as you head out the door. The afternoon will feature a few more slow-moving rain makers pushing through. It’s not raining all day and there will be periods of sun. Storms will be scattered around, but with the slow moving nature, we may have to watch for isolated areas of high water.
By Wednesday, you’ll feel like Bill Murray in “Groundhog Day”. It will be hot, sticky and stormy once again. We’ll have to watch out for storms rolling over repeat areas at this point in the week as run-off could increase if the ground is already saturated.
Thursday a more defined area of rain is expected as a weak low pressure and a trough push through and help to spark up more widespread storms. If you haven’t seen rain by this point in the week, you’ll likely see it here. Highs remain in the 80s.
Friday, we’re a bit cooler into the low 80s but still humid and summerlike. Rain and storms across much of the region continues as another wave of low pressure passes through the region.
Saturday ends up a similar story as we continue to see weak surface lows ride along the jet stream. Highs take a hit at this point back into the 70s as winds shift to a more northerly direction as a coastal low begins to build. We won’t see as many showers, but there will still be some.
Sunday, we’re continuing to remain unsettled and rainy across much of the region, though coverage of showers and storms should be less than previous days. Highs are set to return to the upper 70s for most.
In the extended forecast, we slowly dry out and see quieter weather settle in. Highs will slowly return to near normal through this period.
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Drying out. Lows in the 60s.
Scattered Showers/T-storms. Highs in the 80s again.
Showers and Warm. Highs in the low 80s.
Partly Sunny, Isolated shower. Highs in the low 80s.
Showers and thunderstorms. Highs in the low 80s.
A few storms. Highs in the upper 70s.
Mostly sunny. Highs in the upper 70s.
Iso. Storms. Highs in the low 80s.
Drying out. Highs in the mid-80s
Partly sunny and hot. High in the mid-70s.