Pinpoint Weather: Turning drier and cooler Sunday behind passing cold front

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Although the coverage will be less compared to earlier, widely scattered light rain showers and/or patchy drizzle with some fog remain possible through the rest of Saturday afternoon. However, showers will become slightly more numerous again later tonight and into Sunday morning as a cold front draws near.

If you’re headed out this evening, expect damp conditions with a few light rain showers remaining possible. Grab the umbrella as you head out the door for ‘just-in-case’.

The front will push through the region late tonight into Sunday morning. As it does, scattered light to moderate rain showers can be expected. Rain chances end Sunday morning.

A few upslope snow showers will be possible for the west-facing slopes of Greenbrier and Pocahontas Counties early Sunday. Only minor accumulations confined to the western slopes are expected.

Otherwise, drier and cooler air will filter in across the region Sunday afternoon, allowing for sunshine to return and temperatures closer to seasonable levels. Highs will be noticeably cooler, though. Temperatures will likely top out in the low and mid 40s west of the Parkway to around 50 degrees east of the Parkway Sunday afternoon.

Winds may be a bit breezy at times Sunday afternoon before becoming calm Sunday night. Temperatures Sunday night into Monday morning will drop to the 20s under clear skies.

Monday will be sunny and slightly cooler. Most areas will only see temperatures reach 40s for highs.

Next few days look dry with temperatures warming back to the upper 40s (west) to low to mid 50s (east) for most by midweek.

Enjoy your weekend,
Meteorologist Sandra Brogan

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