Tonight we'll see a few areas dropping down to below freezing but not as wide spread as the last few nights. The coolest areas will be to the east, mainly the Greenbrier Valley. Lows will drop below freezing there but only into the lower 40s for our western counties.
Friday we will see a few more clouds as we go throughout the day, but temperatures still mild in the upper 60s and lower 70s.
Saturday and Sunday look great! We'll see highs mainly around 70 to the mid 70s across the area. Some clouds might make it into our southern counties Saturday from a southern storm system but that is about it. Easter Sunday looks great for any plans to travel and see family or go Easter egg hunting.
Monday we'll see a few more clouds later in the day ahead of a weak cold front for Tuesday that brings some rain. Monday we'll have widespread 70s, upper 60s for Tuesday, and Wednesday we clear out with highs in the lower 60s.
-Chief Meteorologist Brad Sugden
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