50 °FCloudy, Chance Rain/Snow Mix
36 °FCloudy, Rain Likely
Issued: 12am on Thursday, January 1st 1970
The National Weather Service in Charelston, WV has issued a Flood Watch in effect from February 19, 10:00 PM EST until February 21, 07:00 AM EST and a Winter Weather Advisory in effect from February 20, 01:00 AM EST until February 20, 01:00 PM EST.
On Tuesday we will see mostly sunny skies with highs reaching the low 40s. Currently on Tuesday, the low pressure system, that will create a mess for tomorrow, is sitting in Texas. On Wednesday morning, the low presure system will combine with another low pressure system around Louisiana. This will give us a stationary front near our region, which will bring the first round of snow. It will start out as heavy snow, accumualting around 2 to 4 inches. Around 10 A:M we see winds shift from NE to SE, with the approaching warm front. This warm front will provide our region to warm up and turn the snow into rain. This rain will be here for the rest of the day Wednesday, until the low moves out of the area. Thursday we will see things clear up, with an approaching high pressure system. This won’t last long, as we have another system moving in for the weekend.
Tuesday it will be clear with no precipitation. Winds from the NE at 0 to 5 mph. High 40°F
Tuesday Night it will be cloudy with no precipitation. Winds from the NE at 0 to 5 mph. Low 30°F
Wednesday it will be cloudy with a 90% chance of snow showers. Winds from the SE at 5 to 10 mph. High 50°F
Wednesday Night it will be cloudy with a 70% chance of rain. Winds from the SE at 5 to 10 mph. Low 36°F
Thursday it will be partly cloudy with a 30% chance of rain. High near 55°F with a low near 16°F
Friday it will be partly cloudy with no precipitation. High near 55°F with a low near 28°F
Saturday it will be cloudy with a 50% chance of rain. High near 61°F with a low near 29°F