Record Warm Pattern, Two Rain Opportunities & Election Day Outlook

WOAY-TV (Oak Hill, WV): The hot streak of weather will break Tuesday thanks to an incoming cold front.

TONIGHT: Clear and calm with temperatures in the 50s.

TUESDAY: Showers and thunderstorms after 3 p.m. Briefly heavy rain likely.

WEDNESDAY: Patch of fog early, then bright sunshine and low humidity!

THURSDAY: Back to Monday’s heat and slightly elevated humidity.

FRIDAY: Late evening shower possible. Hot and humid.

SATURDAY: Few showers early in the day, then clouds break for sunshine.

SUNDAY: Late evening shower.

MONDAY: Partly sunny.

LOOKING AHEAD: Based on the best-matched analog for ENSO (El Nino Southern Oscillation) seen below, May will start out warmer than average with a cooler regime expected for the middle of the month. Temperatures will rebound above-average for Memorial Day weekend.

Here’s our first look at the forecast for Election Day: May 14, 2024. This will be the transition period into the cooler pattern, so there is a stronger likelihood for rain.

Chief Meteorologist Chad Merrill puts it all together here:


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