Humidity, Storm Threat Return To Region; Latest on Beryl

WOAY-TV (Oak Hill, WV): Following a gorgeous sunset, clear and comfortable night, the humidity will jump a slight notch Wednesday and then go through the roof Thursday.

TEMPERATURE/HUMIDITY: Morning low temperatures in the 50s Wednesday will be a figment of the imagination for the remainder of the next 7 days. The humidity will be in the comfortable range Wednesday and then on the verge of oppressive for July 4th. The humidity will drop to more tolerable levels after 3:30 p.m. Saturday and return again Monday afternoon.

THUNDERSTORM THREAT: Expect a shower or thunderstorm Thursday through Saturday between 1:30-7 p.m. No severe weather expected, but heavy downpours will accompany the storms on Friday. After a break from the threat for an afternoon storm Sunday in a cold front’s wake, a trough in the Upper Midwest will spark another storm Monday and Tuesday afternoon.

Active Southern West Virginia Star-Spangled Race Forecast for Saturday (in Fayetteville) at Wolf Creek Trails:

Note: Following the recent dry stretch, there will be muddy patches on the trail thanks to a couple rounds of showers and storms both Thursday afternoon and Friday. 

HURRICANE BERYL: The storm has already broken through the record books, but weakening is likely and changes in the track are expected.

Chief Meteorologist Chad Merrill has the latest on the forecast and the tropics:

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