Soggy, Mild Pattern Continues; Late March Outlook

WOAY-TV (Oak Hill, WV): Drizzle will continue through early Thursday before fog develops in time for work and school.

RAIN: An additional few hundredths of an inch of rain expected through early Thursday. The next rainmaker will be Friday after 7 p.m. through Saturday with 0.50″ of rain. Expect ponding of water on the roads, but major river basins (Greenbrier, Gauley and New River) will not see flooding.

TEMPERATURES/POLLEN COUNT: We’ll be in the 50s through Saturday, drop to the 40s on Sunday and then back to 60 degrees Tuesday and Wednesday with high pollen count returning to the region.

WIND AND FOG: Fog is likely Thursday between 5-9 a.m. in the river valleys and on Saturday above 3,000 feet. The strongest winds will be Sunday with gusts to 35 mph during the daylight hours.

Chief Meteorologist Chad Merrill has the full details on the forecast for the next 7-days:

The longer range forecast from today’s Facebook Live:


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