Saturday, December 29, 2012
Friday, December 28, 2012
Not a bad day today. Mainly cloudy with some patches of blue sky this afternoon. Temps are still on the cool side with highs in the mid 30s. Next weather disturbance will lift north into the area to bring rain changing to snow tonight into Saturday morning. Precip will change back to a wintry mix during the day on Saturday, ending as snow on Sunday morning. Here's a look at the snowfall forecast into Sunday morning. 1-3 inches in the lowlands. 3-6" higher up. There's also a winter weather advisory for a large portion of the Mountain State @ 1 AM Saturday. Will post more later today.
Thursday, December 20, 2012
Blizzard warnings, winter storm watches, winter weather advisories, high wind watches and warnings are effective for various times across the Mountain State and surrounding areas. Will break down all the important details this evening. Be prepared for powerful wind gusts along with blowing snow, reduced visibility and possible power outages tonight through much of Saturday... More this evening!
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Foggy in spots this morning. Otherwise today will be cloudy with rain showers diminishing by early afternoon. Highs will stay in the mid/upper 40s. Winds will be in the breezy side this afternoon. A few mountain snowflakes are possible this evening & overnight with lows in the low/mid 30s. Sunshine with a few passing clouds Wednesday. Highs reach the upper 40s. Rainy and mild to start on Thursday. Then that cold front will bring strong winds and light snow accumulations Thursday night into Friday. Cold air sticks around into Christmas.
Monday, December 17, 2012
Sunday, December 16, 2012
Saturday, December 15, 2012
Keep up with that latest radar with this link! http://weather.unisys.com/radar/rad_us_loop.gif
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Well we're nearly finished with the marathon of rain that's been goin on here since Friday! Radar is clear for once. But be advised: some drizzle or freezing drizzle may create slick spots this morning. Lingering light snow flurries will also gradually end today. We're left with chilly but calm conditions under a mainly sky through the rest of the work week. Temps stay in the upper 30s/low 40s today. It'll be a chilly night with lows in the 20s. In fact, we have a couple of chilly night in tap this week. Daytime temps will gradually warm into the upper 40s & 50s toward the second half of the week.
Sunday, December 9, 2012
This cold front will bring more rain, gusty winds, thunder and mountain snow by Tuesday! Repeated downpours tonight & tomorrow could cause minor flooding along small creeks and streams by this time Monday. A thunderstorm is also possible Monday afternoon. Weather conditions will become quite breezy and cold as the front passes. On the map you can see at least a 20° temperature drop in a matter of hours Monday night. An inch of snow is possible in the high country by Tuesday AM! Chilly Tuesday with highs in the low 40s & lows in the 20s by Tuesday night.
Lunch time radar check! More rain lifting norteastward to bring another round of early afternoon rain showers. Mild today & tonight. Highs range from the low 60s in the western counties to upper 40s im the eastern panhandle. Morgantown will see a high of 57°. Temps tonight will stay in the low 50s/upper 40s. We'll keep rain in the forecast Monday with highs in the 60s. Much colder with a snowflake or two through the rest of the week.
Friday, December 7, 2012
It'll be a soggy weekend with periods of rain now through Monday. Temperatures remain fairly mild with highs in the upper 50s/low 60s. Lows will hang in the low 40s. Cold front will cross Monday night to bring a changeover to snow flurries just in time for the moisture feed to get cut off. Not expecting a whole lot of accumulation. Again that's not till Monday night/Tuesday. Have a great Friday!
Thursday, December 6, 2012
Image courtesy of HPC is of our 5-day rainfall totals through Monday night. Nearly 2" of rain are possible along the Ohio River Valley. 3/4 to 1 " are likely out east through this weekend.
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
Clearing sky from west to east today. Temperatures will be much cooler than yesterday. Today's high in Morgantown will be 45°. Thats nearly 25° cooler than yesterday but closer to average. Little bit warmer in the east. Cold tonight, low, 25°. Temperatures slowly rebound to above normal for the 2nd half of the week. But we'll keep chance rain showers through the weekend, into early next week.
Picture courtesy of NWS.