(WYMT) - Scattered rain persists through the midweek as Irma's remnants continue to push into the Ohio Valley. High pressure quickly follows.
Dry conditions greet you at the door this morning and temperatures vary in the upper 50s and lower 60s. Throughout the first half of the day, our sky will be partly to mostly cloudy. Widespread, light rain moves in from the west around noon and arrives in the Big Sandy early this afternoon. Temperatures will top out in the upper 60s for most, but folks in the Big Sandy will likely venture into the lower 70s since the rain arrives later.
For the rest of the evening, scattered showers will be a possibility and overnight lows drop to the upper 50s.
As the first day of Black Gold begins, scattered rain persists through the morning. Isolated afternoon showers are possible, as well. Temperatures will be similar to Wednesday, where most top out in the upper 60s. Conditions begin to dry overnight and temperatures drop to the lower 60s.
High pressure quickly follows the low that was Irma. This means our sky gradually clears Friday just in time for Friday night football and weekend festivals. Temperatures Friday vary in the mid 70s.
The warming trend continues Saturday as highs top out in the lower 80s under mostly sunny conditions. Sunday brings a few extra clouds, but a nice day overall as highs reach into the mid 80s.
Cloud cover increases Monday and a few scattered showers are possible through the beginning of the week. Temperatures remain near average with each day topping out in the lower 80s.