Weather - 9/26/2012 8:00 AM
The Unsettled Weather Continues for the Rest of Week!

Good Wednesday Morning!

Yesterday was a bit of a wet day in the afternoon, to say the least. Some locations saw over an inch and a half in a very short amount of time. This morning, the boundary is sitting to our north over the Ohio River Valley and places from Huntington to Charleston have dealt with a few showers. Most of these little waves of energy will stay to our north, but that does not mean we might not see a stray shower or storm during the day today. Keep the umbrella’s handy today. This unsettled pattern sticks around until Friday when a more potent cold front will swing through the region. Once it clears, a drier and cooler weekend is on tap.

StormWatch Forecast:

Today: A partly to mostly cloudy day with a couple showers possible, mainly north of route 60. Highs: 74-83. Winds: S-SW 10-25 mph.

Tonight: A few showers possible, but main concern will be some fog in the deep valleys. Lows: 53-59. Winds: SW 7-14 mph.

Thursday: Partly to mostly cloudy with some showers. Highs: 74-83. 

Friday: Partly to mostly cloudy with scattered showers and storms into the evening. Highs: 67-76.

Saturday: A few showers early give way to a very nice afternoon. Breezy. Highs: 62-70.

Sunday: Mostly sunny and fall-like. Highs: 62-70.

Forecast by StormWatch Meteorologist Mike Lichniak. 


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