Mother Nature Throws Fits Over Next 7 Days

WOAY-TV (Oak Hill, WV): The barometric pressure is dropping in advance of a warm front that promises a soggy end to the work week and start to the new week.

Chad’s latest forecast:

TONIGHT: Steady very light rain will develop this evening and continue overnight. Fog will develop above 3,000 feet.

SATURDAY: Steady light to moderate rain is expected across the entire region and fog will limit visibility under one quarter-mile at elevations above 3,000 feet. Expect standing water on roadways.

SUNDAY: A cold front will come through prior to Midnight and rain will change to snow from elevations above 4,000 feet earlier in the evening to near valley level by Midnight. Snowshoe can expect 3″ of snow while the Route 19 and I-64 corridors will see a very light dusting in the grass (may not even be that evident in traditionally sunny and south-facing slopes).

MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY: Bright sunshine will fade behind clouds late Friday with rain by late evening. Wednesday and Thursday will be the warmest days of the week with a high pollen count.

LONG-RANGE OUTLOOK: Temperatures will return below average from late March 17 to 22. There will be an opportunity for snow showers, but amounts below 2,500 feet will be fewer than 3 inches.

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