There is more active weather slated to move into the region tomorrow which will bring some afternoon and evening showers with the chance of some snow overnight. Temperatures will start out in the mid and upper 50s this morning, and then fall into the low 40s this afternoon and into the 30s tonight.
We will also see partly to mostly cloudy skies and a few showers may be possible behind the front.
Tuesday should be the start of a warming trend with mostly sunny skies, a high near 44 and northwest winds at 5 to 10 miles per hour.
According to NWS Meteorologist Mike Zwier of Charleston, Fayette, Nicholas, Raleigh and Wyoming Counties will see frigid temperatures come Sunday morning.
Saturday will be sunny but cold, starting off near 20 degrees. If the front drops south of CT then temperatures will be much cooler by next weekend, Hopefully that front will stay put so we can enjoy some warm temperatures by the weekend! Increasing clouds, with a high near 61.
Our next rain chance comes in late Monday into early Tuesday, but should just be mostly rain.
Sunday night could again hit 30 degrees or below, the forecasters say. Lows will be in the 30s and low 40s.
The good news? Temperatures will bounce back to at or above normal - perhaps pushing 70 degrees - by Wednesday. Low pressure approaching from the northwest will lift some Gulf of Mexico moisture into rather tightly wedged cold air. The latter half of the workweek will be breezy and warmer with daytime highs in the lower 80's.
Warmer temps and less wind for your Thursday, but we're tracking changes on the way for Friday.