Multiple Sneezing Fits Expected From Mother Nature This Coming Week

WOAY-TV (Oak Hill, WV): A heavy frost to record heat and gusty showers are all on the weather menu through the first few days in March!

Chief Meteorologist Chad Merrill has the latest:

SNOW: 1-3″ of snow accumulated above 3,000 feet in our region today. The flurries will end no later than 7 p.m. today. Early Thursday before daybreak could see a dusting of snow above 3,000 feet. Otherwise, no snow expected. Wet driveways, walkways, etc., will become a sheet of ice tonight.

FROST: A widespread hard frost is expected between 4-9 a.m. Sunday.

TEMPERATURES: We drop into the low 20s and upper teens tonight. We soar into the mid and upper 60s (low 70s in the Greenbrier Valley) Tuesday and Wednesday before dropping back into the 50s for highs on Thursday.

WIND: Tuesday and Wednesday will be gusty with peak speeds of 35-45 mph expected each afternoon (evening on Wednesday with a frontal passage).

RAIN AND THUNDER: A shower is expected before 9 a.m. Monday, between 3-7 p.m. Tuesday and then between 7 p.m. and Midnight on Wednesday. Heaviest rain will be Wednesday evening with a few thunderstorms possible WEST of Route 19. Those storms will trigger a few power outages. Downpours Wednesday evening will trigger localized flash flooding.

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