It was a beautiful and warmer day across the region on Friday and that trend will continue into the first part of the weekend.
Tonight will be chilly with clear skies. Most locations are under a Frost Advisory until early Saturday morning. Lows will drop into the low 30s in the valleys and upper 30s on the ridges.
Parts of West Virginia and Virginia are under a Freeze Warning. Make sure if you put any of your sensitive plants back out to soak up some of that beautiful sunshine on Friday that you bring them back in or cover them up. Also, make sure your outdoor pets have a way to stay good and warm if you can't bring them inside.
The beautiful weather continues into the weekend with more sunshine and warmer continues on Saturday. Highs will climb into the upper 60s and only dropping into the mid-40s overnight. The reason we won't be as cold at night is that clouds will start to move in, giving us a blanket effect, holding in some of the heat of the day.
While we could see some sunshine on Sunday, I think skies will be mostly cloudy as our next system starts to work its way toward the commonwealth. It looks like the majority of the rain will hold off until Monday, but the southern counties could see some overnight going into Monday morning.
The weather in a word for most of next week is rain. Chances will linger through most of the week before starting to wrap up. The showers look to be scattered at times, so hopefully, we have that to look forward too. Temperatures will stay relatively mild, but still below average for this time of year, hovering in the 60s during the day and the mid to upper 40s at night.