WOAY-TV (Oak Hill, WV): Several periods of rain will then lead into a colder, more seasonable pattern beginning on Tuesday.
FOG CHANCES: Warmer air aloft moving into the region will promote advection fog above 3,000 feet Friday morning. Fog will roll into the region (elevations above 3,000 feet) again Monday evening.
WIND: Gusts of 20-30 mph are likely this weekend. No high wind alerts or power outages are expected.
RAIN: A few spits of rain are expected early Friday evening into early Saturday, again Sunday morning and then Monday evening into early Tuesday. A total of 0.50-0.75″ is expected through early Tuesday. Flooding is not expected.
SNOW: Temperatures will drop on Tuesday with rain changing to snow showers. Amounts by Monday morning will range from a dusting along the river valleys to 2,000 feet to 1-2 inches above 2,000 feet (western Greenbrier Valley and western Pocahontas County).
VALENTINE’S DAY: Dry and seasonable with highs ranging from the low 30s above 3,000 feet to near 40 degrees for the remainder of the region.
ACHES AND PAINS FORECAST: The best risk for arthritis sufferers to experience enhanced pain due to atmospheric pressure change is Monday into Tuesday.
Chad’s 7-Day Forecast:
OVERVIEW INTO LATE FEBRUARY: Temperatures will stay at or below average through about February 24. The best threat for a widespread snow will occur between February 20-24.
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