Wind: Light NW
Activity Meter: 2
Mostly clear; Chilly
Wind: South 5-10 mph
Activity Meter: 3
Sunny early with increasing clouds late
Tuesday, March 19 in Floydfest
Today and Wednesday will be quite pleasant and dry. Temperatures will be on the chilly side today and somewhat milder Wednesday. Clouds increase late Wednesday, becoming mostly cloudy on Thursday with rain developing. A rain-snow mix is possible for the higher elevations Thursday and along the Va-WV border. Sunshine returns Friday and into the weekend with some breezy winds Friday and Saturday. Sunday is the pick of the forecast period.
Last updated on 03/19/19 at 6AM by Jeremy
High pressure situated over the Mid-Atlantic keeps the weather dry and pleasant today and Wednesday with seasonable temperatures. Clouds increase overnight Wednesday as a frontal system approaches through the Ohio Valley. Widely scattered rain develops by Thursday with a rain-snow mix possible for the higher terrain (abv 4000') and along the Va-WV border.
A coastal low develops off the Hatteras coast late Thursday into Friday and quickly moves up the Mid-Atlantic off the New England coast for late Friday into Saturday. We don't expect any additional rain after Thursday, however, this system will produce some gusty northwesterly winds Friday and Saturday across the region.
Temperatures become a bit milder Saturday as high pressure builds into the region from the Plains. Saturday and Sunday still look quite pleasant with increasing temperatures, so take advantage and get outside... Forecast changes are coming!
Clouds increase overnight Sunday as low pressure develops in the Southern Plains and moves into the Lower Mississippi Valley. Widely scattered rain showers move into the area and linger through Monday with mild temperatures. Tuesday looks wet as well.