Weather Update: Spotty Flooding, Fog, Then Smooth Sailing

Oak Hill, WV (WOAY-TV): A frontal system triggering rain will also cause standing water in poor drainage areas east of Route 19. After the rain ends around Midnight, fog will develop.

Chief Meteorologist Chad Merrill has the forecast:

TONIGHT: The heaviest rain will end by 8-9 p.m., but showers will linger until 11 p.m. Dense and widespread fog is expected overnight and watch out for standing water on roadways.

SUNDAY: Between 9 a.m. and Noon, sunshine and lower humidity returns along with a very delightful northwest breeze. The remainder of the day will be smooth sailing and very comfortable.

NEXT WEEK: Another front will bring rain after 9 p.m. Monday, but the humidity will stay in check ahead of this front. Otherwise, the balance of the day will be dry. Tuesday will be a notch cooler with low humidity. A warm front will bring rain late Wednesday to early Thursday with another cold front triggering rain late Friday with a cooler, less humid start to the weekend.

ONLY ON WOAY: When during the day is flash flooding most likely to occur and which counties have been under Flash Flood Warnings most frequently in the last 20 years? Chief Meteorologist Chad Merrill has more:

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