StormWatch

Weather - 11/12/2012 5:30 AM
Body Shocking Temperature Changes Arrive!!!



Good Morning Friends!

I hope everyone had a chance to go outside and enjoy one of the nicest days we have seen all year, let alone in the last few weeks. Our 70 degree reading was the first time we have seen such a number in Beckley since October 26th. This morning has been a very warm start and I enjoyed driving to work with my windows down. These conditions do not last long! Enjoy the warm start, as temperatures by tomorrow will be a good 30 degrees cooler in some locations. Rain is currently moving into Cincinnati and extending down through central Kentucky and down through the Tennessee river valley. Swath of rain should hold off long enough to keep the Veteran’s Day parades dry. If you are going to the parade, be prepared to hold on to everything you have. Breezy conditions with winds gusting over 30 mph possible. Rain moves in during dinner time and will continue most of the night. We will see some flurries and snow showers through the high terrain early Tuesday morning. A ridge of high pressure will set up shop over the east coast once again...but, there could be a energy disturbance or two that could spark a stray shower Thursday evening. Otherwise, best chance for rain after tonight rolls in during the day on Sunday.

StormWatch Forecast:

Today: Partly to mostly cloudy with scattered showers moving in around dinner time. Highs: 62-69. Winds: S-SW 10-20 mph.

Tonight: Scattered showers with some flurries and snow showers possible through the high terrain. Lows: 27-35. Winds: SW-NW 8-16 mph.

Tuesday: A flurry or two early with a general clearing through the afternoon. Cooler compared to the last 3 days. Highs: 36-44. 

Wednesday: Mostly sunny and seasonable. Highs: 47-54.

Thursday: Mostly sunny with a slight chance of a shower late. Highs: 48-54.

Friday: Mostly sunny. Highs: 47-54.

Forecast by StormWatch Meteorologist Mike Lichniak. 


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