Season’s First Snow Will Be Followed By Rapid Warming Trend

Oak Hill, WV (WOAY-TV): Today’s cold, snowy (early morning) blast will be followed by a rapid warming trend in time for Friday night football.

SNOW: Snowfall totals range from 1-2 inches in Pocahontas and Randolph County to a dusting in far southern West Virginia.

TONIGHT: The coldest night of the season is expected with lows in the teens and 20s. The growing season has ended, so Freeze Warnings will not be issued for the cold snap.

THURSDAY THROUGH THE WEEKEND: Temperatures will warm into the upper 50s by Friday and near 70 degrees by the weekend under high pressure.

NEXT WEEK INTO MID-NOVEMBER: The next in a series of cold fronts will bring rain during the Tuesday into Wednesday time frame. A very short-lived, slightly cooler trend will follow. The next big shot of cold air will return November 10-13 with the next threat for rain followed by mountain snow showers (similar to today) in its wake.

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