(WVVA) Patchy frost is possible Wednesday morning in sheltered valleys where temperatures will dip into the 30s in most areas, with a few deep valleys possibly dropping into the 20s. A Frost Advisory is in effect for McDowell, Wyoming, Raleigh, Fayette and Buchanan counties through 10am Friday. A Freeze Warning is in effect for Pocahontas County where temperatures are expected to be colder.
Dry and cool conditions will continue on Wednesday as high pressure wedges down the east side of the Appalachians. Highs will be in the lower 60s on Tuesday, with 50s expected in eastern parts of the viewing area. A cold front will move through our area on Thursday, giving us our next chance for scattered rain showers. Scattered showers will linger Thursday night before dry air punches into the region from the northwest.
High pressure will build in behind the front on Friday, giving this dry weather once again. A weak cold front will move our way on Saturday afternoon and evening. There will not be very much moisture in place much rain. At this time, it appears that only a few isolated showers are possible along with an increase in cloud cover. Dry weather is expected fro Sunday, lasting into the first part of next week. Above normal temperatures are expected through the weekend and into next week.