Oak Hill, WV (WOAY-TV): Above average temperatures and calm conditions will continue through Saturday, before rain chances and cooler weather look to take aim on the area Sunday into early next week.
Football Friday Forecast: Compared to the recent Football Friday’s across the Mountain State, this one looks to be excellent for late October standards. With high pressure in place, a beautiful evening is in store. Although a few clouds are expected throughout the day, dry conditions are a guarantee. Mid 60s just in time for kickoff with temperatures not budging too much by halftime.
Saturday & Sunday: The calm weather from Friday will carry right into Saturday, with plenty of sunshine and temperatures remaining in the mid 70s. Enjoy because rain chances will increase Sunday, thanks to a strong cold front pushing into the area. Temperatures will cool into the 60s during this time.
Monday Into Halloween: Lingering showers will continue throughout the day on Monday. Cumulative rainfall totals will approach around a half-inch across southern West Virginia, with no flooding expected. Behind the front, temperatures will drop significantly leaving for a cold, but dry Halloween. High temperatures will only reach the upper 40s Tuesday into Wednesday, with nighttime lows dropping into the upper 20s to low 30s!
Check out the latest Climate Prediction Center outlook as we transition into November. It appears cooler than average temps will dominate the eastern half of the country for at least the first few days of the new month.