Bright Sun Returns; Transition Back to Winter, Rainbow Alert!

WOAY-TV (Oak Hill, WV): Drizzle will end by early Saturday and then sun returns for the weekend!

CLOUD COVER: Low clouds, dreary skies will finally lift after 9 a.m. Saturday and sunshine returns. We will be in and out of the clouds on Sunday. Monday will start with a bit of sun and then we’ll see dark clouds, rain, snow and graupel (soft snowflakes) showers with a patch of blue in between these showers. Wednesday and Thursday will be sun-filled with clouds returning Friday.

PRECIPITATION: Another few hundredths of an inch of rain are expected today to early Saturday. One or two tenths of an inch of rain expected Monday. Snow amounts Monday will range from a dusting above 2,000 feet to 2-3″ in western Pocahontas County.

TEMPERATURES: Highs return to around 60 degrees this weekend, drop into the 40s Monday and Tuesday, rebound to the 50s on Wednesday and then near 60 degrees Thursday and Friday.

RAINBOW ALERT: Given the likely potential for brief, sunny patches between rain and snow showers on Monday afternoon and evening, there is a 60% chance to see a rainbow in the eastern horizon between 6-8 p.m.

Chief Meteorologist Chad Merrill be speaking at West Virginia’s Severe Weather Awareness Week press conference Monday. The public is invited:

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