84 °FMostly Cloudy, Chance Thunderstorms
67 °FPartly Cloudy, Chance of Rain
84 °FPartly Cloudy
64 °FPartly Cloudy
Issued: 12am on Thursday, January 1st 1970
The National Weather Service in Charleston, WV has issued a Flash Flood Watch in effect until 10pm this evening.
A cold frontal boundary will slowly work through the region during the day today bringing with it the chance for showers and thunderstorms, especially into the afternoon and early evening hours. There is enough instability present for convective thunderstorms but with weak shear aloft there is nothing to move these thunderstorms too much leading to localized flooding once again today. Throughout tonight, showers will linger as the cold front moves its way across the region into the early morning hours on Monday. Behind the cold front, high pressure begins to move in from the Great Lakes region allowing for some dry time for Monday and Tuesday. The heat and humidity, however, will stick around. By mid-week we will see the chance for showers and thunderstorms return with daytime heating and as another disturbance that will move into the region for Wednesday and Thursday. Highs will be back in the mid to upper 80s both days.
Today it will be mostly cloudy with a 40% chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms. Winds calm. High 84°F
Tonight it will be partly cloudy with a 30% chance of early evening scattered rain showers. Winds from the N at 0 to 5 mph. Low 67°F
Monday it will be partly cloudy with no precipitation. Winds from the N at 0 to 5 mph. High 84°F
Monday Night it will be partly cloudy with no precipitation. Winds from the NE at 0 to 5 mph. Low 64°F
Tuesday it will be mostly sunny with no precipitation. High near 87°F with a low near 66°F
Wednesday it will be mostly sunny with a 20% chance of showers and thunderstorms. High near 90°F with a low near 70°F
Thursday it will be partly cloudy with a 40% chance of showers and thunderstorms. High near 86°F with a low near 67°F