Occasional Showers Then Autumn Preview

Oak Hill, WV (WOAY-TV): This evening’s showers will quickly fade and Sunday will be dry, except along and east of Route 219.

Here’s the lowdown on the forecast:

TONIGHT: Showers end by 8 p.m. Patchy fog develops before daybreak with lows in the 50s.

SUNDAY: Dry, except for the Route 219 corridor and points east into the Shenandoah Valley where 10-15 minute showers with dry breaks in between are expected between 2-6 p.m.

MONDAY AND TUESDAY: Occasional showers in the afternoon with dry breaks of 1-2 hours. The humidity won’t be as high as this weekend.

WEDNESDAY through FRIDAY: Front pushes to our east and a nice, refreshing change will occur with cooler temperatures and lower humidity.

SATURDAY: Warmth returns.

Important notes: Hurricane Franklin and likely Hurricane Idalia will stay too far east to trigger any impacts locally. Brisk wind will result in moderate coastal flooding for the Carolinas during the midweek from Idalia. Franklin will stir up the surf along the entire East Coast (choppy waters and waves for surfers) all of next week.

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