Tonight, we see our afternoon dry conditions continue into the overnight. Our high-pressure system this afternoon will continue to slide in from the west. This system will keep our area mostly clear and dry to end the weekend. With calm winds expected as well, some patchy fog forming up tonight is possible. As you head into Monday morning, it will be another chilly start with overnight lows in the 40s.
Monday looks to be a carbon-copy of Sunday. Yesterday’s high-pressure system greets us once again for the start of your new work week. With the system sticking around, you can expect another sunny day. Looks like an awesome day if you have any outdoor lunch plans while at work. A chilly morning looks like a good bet for Monday, with most in the 40s. This will then be balanced by a pleasant afternoon with 70s for afternoon highs.
Tuesday is another sunny day on track. Our lovely high-pressure system continues to stick around and will greet us with another mostly sunny day. If you missed out on any outdoor plans, take advantage of it for Tuesday. Plenty of dry time to go out and take a walk with your pets or a casual jog in the park. Afternoon highs will be in the 70s once again thanks to a day filled with sunshine.
Wednesday looks to be the last day where the entire area stays dry. Our high-pressure will be greeting us for one more final time before sliding off to the east. For your Wednesday, you can expect the same conditions we saw Sunday through Tuesday. This includes another sunny and warm day on track. With mostly sunny skies expected, you can expect temperatures to rise into the 70s.
Thursday morning should see the introduction of a new weather system. After enjoying a high-pressure system the past few days, Thursday will bring in the arrival of a weak, northern cold front. This will cause a few clouds to build in throughout the day along with the chance of a few showers in the afternoon. As mentioned before, this front is expected to be a weak one and not cause too many problems. While the chance of a lingering, light shower is there in the afternoon, most should stay dry under partly cloudy skies. The introduction of a few afternoon clouds will keep our afternoon highs in the 70s.
Friday sees the chance for a few lingering showers staying around. This time because of a nearby low-pressure system out near the Carolina’s. Now, as for what you can expect for your Friday, it will be similar to Thursday where the chance for a lingering shower will be possible for the afternoon. But once again, not expecting a washout at this time. Most should stay dry under a mix of clouds and sunshine. The hints of sunshine we do see will help our temperatures rise into the 70s.
Saturday sees the rain chances continue. Our low-pressure system from yesterday will move up the east coast and continue the chances for some weekend showers. While the chances will be better when compared to Friday, it still doesn’t appear to be a washout. We should see plenty of breaks to go along with a few isolated showers. Partly cloudy skies will be around for Saturday. The sunshine we do see will help our temperatures reach the 70s.
Sunday is another day where we continue to track the low-pressure system off the east coast. At this time, the system is still expected to move along the coast for our Sunday. As it does, the chance for a few showers remains possible on Sunday. But similar to Saturday, your Sunday does not look like an all-day washout. There will be a few breaks to go along with the chance of a few isolated showers. These few breaks will help our afternoon highs stay consistent into the 70s.
In your extended forecast, the next weekend ahead will depend largely on the low-pressure system off the east coast. If it continues to ride along the coast, a mix of dry time and a few isolated showers will be possible for both Saturday and Sunday. However, if the system decides to cut more inland, we could see better rain and thunderstorm chances arrive for Memorial Day weekend. We will continue to keep an eye on this system and see how it will impact your forecast for next Saturday and Sunday.
Spring Fire Ban is currently in place for West Virginia which lasts until May 31st. This means burning is prohibited from 7 AM to 5 PM that day. If you need to burn anything after 5 PM, you must make sure that it is completely extinguished by 7 AM the next day. Also make sure that all fires must have a ring or safety strip around it.
Mostly clear and dry tonight. Lows in the middle 40s.
Sunny start to the work week. Highs in the middle 70s.
Another sunny and dry day. Highs in the middle 70s.
Yet another sunny and dry day. Highs in the upper 70s.
Partly cloudy. Afternoon stray shower possible. Highs in the middle 70s.
Stray shower chance, plenty of dry time. Highs in the low 70s.
A few isolated showers possible. Highs in the middle 70s.
Isolated showers remain possible. Highs in the middle 70s.
Partly cloudy skies. Highs in the middle 70s.
A few rain showers return. Highs in the middle 70s.
Isolated showers are possible. Highs in the middle 70s.