Downpours Return Later Today; Dry, Warming Trend Ahead

WOAY-TV (Oak Hill, WV): A pesky low pressure will foster a round of heavy rain later today and then a summer preview is ahead for southern West Virginia.

FLOOD RISK: Given the slow nature of developing showers and thunderstorms today between 2-7 p.m., the flash flood risk is elevated, particularly east of Route 19. Hinton is one town most at risk given the high water seen just a few days ago from slow-moving thunderstorms. The Greenbrier Valley is also vulnerable to flash flooding today given the best concentration of storms will be east of Sandstone Mountain.

FOG: Dense fog is likely to develop later this evening and overnight, so motorists are urged to use caution traveling.

SUNDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY: Temperatures will warm into the 80s with dry weather expected. A few thunderstorms are possible Wednesday evening, with a much higher risk Thursday with a cold frontal passage.

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