With unseasonably cool highs and mostly cloudy skies, a rather gloomy day in the Mountains is underway. Occasional light rain will continue through the afternoon and evening.
Most of the light rain will take a break after midnight. Overnight lows will drop into the mid 40s, setting us up for a chilly start to Friday. Additionally, a few folks could see a brief shower pop up Friday morning.
After the morning, we will remain dry through Friday. A few folks in West Virginia and far eastern Pike County could see a brief afternoon shower, but most of that rain is expected to stay out of the WYMT viewing area. Friday's highs will be a little closer to normal, as well.
As we kick off the weekend, a few atmospheric disturbances take aim at the Mountains. A few folks could see showers Saturday morning, but we'll dry up throughout the day Saturday. Unfortunately, the dry conditions don't last long. A cold front will swing through Saturday night, which brings a better chance of seeing rain overnight Saturday. This could spark a few thunderstorms.
On Sunday, that system is expected to stall, which will allow for ongoing rain chances through Mother's Day. Similarly to Saturday night, a few claps of thunder are possible.
The rain chances will continue through the new workweek as a warm front, followed by a cold front, moves into the Commonwealth.
Have a great day!
Sky Alert Meteorologist