Oak Hill, WV (WOAY-TV): The coldest temperatures so far this season are coming down the pike for midweek before temperatures rebound nicely for the weekend.
TODAY: Other than highs in the 40s with a good deal of cloud cover, wind will remain light and trick-or-treaters will see temperatures drop from around 42 degrees to 40 degrees this evening as they make their rounds.
TONIGHT: Low pressure in the Great Lakes will set off snow showers in Pocahontas County between 1-6 a.m. where 1.5″ of snow is expected. A few flurries will fly as far south as Beckley between 2-6 a.m. and winds will increase to 10-20 mph. Power outages are not expected. Subfreezing temperatures will end the growing season in McDowell and Wyoming county where a Freeze Warning is in effect (bring in potted plants and flowers to prevent cold weather damage).
WEDNESDAY: Clouds will hang tough until 3 p.m. and winds will diminish but temperatures will hold in the 30s with low 20s above 4,000 feet.
THURSDAY THROUGH SUNDAY: We are back to sunshine and milder weather through the weekend. Temperatures drop into the 40s, but light wind and clear skies are expected for Friday night football games.