Oak Hill, WV (WOAY-TV): The coldest air of the season will filter in overnight Sunday, likely ending the growing season.
TONIGHT INTO SUNDAY: Low pressure pushing south from Canada will foster a few showers tonight. Temperatures will support a very light coating of snow above 4,000 feet Sunday morning. After a cloudy, brisk start, sunshine and lighter winds will allow for at least a pleasant finish to the weekend.
MONDAY: Cover the plants/flowers or bring them inside to avoid frost damage Sunday night as temperatures drop to 30 degrees along Route 19 to the middle 20s in the Greenbrier Valley (Freeze Watch issued here). Monroe, Mercer, Summers and Tazewell County will likely be included in the Freeze Watch/Warning by Sunday evening as well. Temperatures will then makes leaps and strides into the upper 50s under a complete blue sky Monday afternoon.
TUESDAY THROUGH THURSDAY: Expect temperatures to skyrocket back into the 70s as a southerly flow resumes. The morning will bring patchy fog.
FRIDAY INTO THE WEEKEND: A cold front could trigger a shower Friday evening followed by a transition to seasonal temperatures on Saturday.