Weekend starts dry, may end with showers Sunday
An approaching front brings shower chances Sunday
- Beautiful sunshine for Friday
- Dry Saturday; Shower chances return Sunday
- Coldest air of season arrives Tuesday
REST OF FRIDAY
The week will end on a much drier and cooler note as northwest breezes enter the region bringing us a fall feel once again. Afternoon highs will be in the 60s and low 70s.
Kickoff temperatures for high school football games will be in the low 60s and drop through the 50s throughout the game.
We’ll start the weekend with a mostly sunny sky and some early morning fog. Highs will warm into the 60s and 70s. While Saturday remains dry, Sunday will likely bring the chance of scattered PM showers as another cold front approaches the region.
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COLDER NEXT WEEK
Much colder air will arrive early next week out of Canada. This could be the chilliest air of the season so far. Daytime highs only reach the upper 40s in the mountains to low 50s elsewhere. At this time, the the skies remain dry, but breezy, with the cold air in place through the middle of the week.
A weak clipper may be just enough to throw some snowflakes around in the West Virginia mountains Tuesday and Wednesday. While amounts will generally be light, places like Snowshoe Mountain may see an inch or so of early season snow.
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