Tonight will be mild with lows ranging from the upper 40s to the middle 50s.
Friday is our next shot at some much needed moisture, though we'll likely see some rain it doesn't appear it'll amount too much. We might pick up a quarter of a inch to around a half inch tops in many areas.
Saturday a few showers are possible for our northern areas, otherwise we'll see partly cloudy skies. Sunday looks great with mostly sunny skies! Both days this weekend we'll have widespread 70s. A great time to get out and enjoy southern West Virginia / western Virginia.
Next week looks to bring us days on days of rain as what we call a "cut-off low" parks itself just off to our northwest. This means the storm system breaks off from the jet stream, it has no driving force to move it out of our area. Therefore it looks like it'll sit and meander over our area for much of the week. This brings the possibility for some heavy rain. We'll keep our eyes on this soggy situation.
-Chief Meteorologist Brad Sugden
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