Oak Hill, WV (WOAY-TV): Canadian high pressure will ensure a chilly night followed by rain to end the weekend.
Chief Meteorologist Chad Merrill’s latest forecast:
Davis, W.Va., tied with a small town northwest of Great Falls, Mont., as the coldest spot in the U.S. this morning at 23 degrees. Saturday will start with patchy fog and end up with sunshine and seasonable temperatures.
Low pressure cruising across the Upper Mississippi Valley will combine with moisture streaming east from Texas to produce a steady rain Sunday. Rain amounts of a half-inch to one inch will trigger ponding of water on the roads. Rain will end late Sunday afternoon.
Monday through Thursday will bring a return to sunshine, low humidity and seasonable autumn temperatures. This pattern is conducive to prompting the autumn colors across the region to start to shine.