Weather Update: Heavy Bursts of Rain Will Trigger Spotty Flooding

WOAY-TV (Oak Hill, WV): Spokes of energy will rotate around low pressure and bring gully washers to the region.

Chief Meteorologist Chad Merrill has the latest:

TODAY: Heavy rain with slow-moving showers will promote poor drainage flooding in the afternoon and evening. MODERATE FLOOD RISK: POOR DRAINAGE SPOTS AND SMALL STREAMS AT RISK.

THURSDAY: Dry weather is expected with warmer temperatures and lower humidity. No rain expected for the Oak Hill High School graduation ceremony outside in the evening.

FRIDAY: Rain returns in the afternoon from a new weather system. Localized flash flooding is likely. MODERATE FLOOD RISK: POOR DRAINAGE SPOTS AT RISK.

WEEKEND: A couple of more showers are expected Saturday, but no flooding will result. A slight chance for a shower on Sunday.

MONDAY: Only a 30-percent risk for a shower.

TUESDAY: Dry, sunny and much warmer! High UV Index; increased pollen count.

Chief Meteorologist Chad Merrill visited a second grade class in Fayette County to talk weather last week!

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