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Scattered Showers and Storms

Good Tuesday Morning. I hope everyone is doing well after the long weekend. We are warm and humid once more this morning. Temperatures are in upper 60s and low 70s. Fog is not a problem and we aren't seeing much action, but a few spotty showers are in Webster and Greenbrier counties.

Today will bring partly sunny skies with scattered showers and storms. The heaviest and most widespread activity will take place during the late afternoon and early evening. The severe risk is still just off to our west, but I would not be surprised if we saw some gusty winds and small hail during a storm or two. It is going to be another warm and humid day with temperatures in the low to mid 80s.

A few more storms will be possible during the overnight hours, but the closer we get to sunrise, the fewer we will see. Temperatures will continue to be mild in the upper 60s.

Tomorrow brings more sunshine, but we can't rule out a shower or two early during the morning. The afternoon looks dry and hot with temperatures in the mid to upper 80s.

Thursday will also be very warm with highs in the mid to upper 80s. Those of you in our southern and western counties (McDowell, Wyoming) have the potential to hit 90 degrees by the afternoon. While the day will be mainly dry, we cannot rule out a pop up shower or storm at some point during the afternoon.

The chance for rain increases by the weekend. Friday will bring isolated storms with highs in the mid 80s, but Saturday will be a lot more unsettled. Scattered showers and storms will continue into Sunday before we clear out by Monday. 

Temperatures remain in the 80s for Saturday, but we cool down into the mid 70s to close out the weekend.

- Forecast by StormWatch Meteorologist Heidi Moore

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