Oak Hill, WV (WOAY-TV): An approaching front pushing off the Rocky Front Range is guaranteed to bring a big temperature drop this weekend.
TONIGHT THROUGH FRIDAY: Patchy fog will develop after 3 a.m. Friday and then lift by 9 a.m. Friday will bring a carbon-copy of Thursday with an added southeast breeze at 10-20 mph in the evening for football games. Temperatures warm to the mid-70s and will drop into the mid-60s in time for the games.
WEEKEND THROUGH TUESDAY: The approaching front will bring a couple of showers Saturday morning and then in the evening. The wind shift Saturday evening will trigger temperatures to drop from the upper 50s to the upper 30s by daybreak on Sunday. Occasional rain showers, with snow showers above 4,000 feet, are expected Sunday afternoon through Tuesday. Snowshoe and the Route 150 scenic mountain bypass will see a light dusting of snow. Winds will gust to 20 mph each day.
WEDNESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY (BRIDGE DAY): High pressure will bring dry, but chilly weather. Expect a hard freeze to end the growing season by Thursday morning. A front will trigger a few showers on Friday followed by a breezy, mostly cloudy Bridge Day with lows in the upper 30s and highs in the low to mid 50s. The wind will be northwest at 10 mph with gusts to 20-25 mph.