Oak Hill, WV (WOAY-TV): High pressure anchored across eastern Canada will keep the cloudy pattern going strong through Friday.
Chief Meteorologist Chad Merrill has the forecast and explains the pattern producing the gloomy stretch:
Temperatures will stay cooler than average through Friday thanks to an easterly flow from eastern Canada locking in the clouds. A weak low pressure in the Upper Mississippi Valley will push into southern West Virginia and trigger more steady drizzle Wednesday and Thursday.
The weather will dry out in time for Fabulous Football Friday! The pattern will then completely break on Saturday as high pressure retreats off the East Coast and we’ll make a full recovery above average for temperatures.