Cold front brings more storms Tuesday, drier by mid-week
Hot and muggy weather continues.
- Staying hot and humid again today
- Strong front arrives late today into Tuesday
- Cooler, less humid weather midweek
REST OF TODAY
Storms are firing up in West Virginia ahead of a cold front. With temperatures that climbed well into the upper 80s to low 90s, our air may be unstable enough to keep scattered storms together over our region through early evening.
Any stronger storms may produce localized downpours and gusty wind, but widespread severe weather is not expected. Any storms taper off before midnight with muggy lows in the 60s.
WET TUESDAY MORNING
The actual cold front will enter the area during the morning bringing a line of showers and isolated storms into the area around sunrise and exiting around midday. Measurable rainfall totals looks modest with most seeing less than a quarter inch of rain.
Highs will be held into the 70s thanks to the clouds and showers. A few areas are possible toward the Southside.
WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY
A very dry high pressure system builds into the region bringing much lower humidity and cooler temperatures Tuesday and Wednesday, Highs will be in the upper 70s and a few 80s. Temperatures will slowly climb through the end of the week with high back into the mid to upper 80s by Friday.
A few showers and storms return for the upcoming weekend. Highs Saturday and Sunday will hold in the mid 80s.