It’s a nasty start to the week as cloudy skies, cold temperatures, and scattered precip has invaded the region. The culprit is a cold front which will move through during the afternoon. Expect scattered showers to continue today with snow showers possible tonight once colder air filters in behind the front.
High pressure quickly moves in behind the front. Tuesday and Wednesday will be sunny, but unseasonably chilly. High temperatures will be a good 10-15 degrees below normal for this time of year.
Thursday will see moderating temperatures but cloud cover will be on the increase ahead of our next system. A low pressure system, originating on the Gulf coast, tracks to our south and then moves off to the northeast. Precip begins Thursday night and looks to be all rain. Showers continue into Friday and should taper off in the late afternoon/evening.
High pressure returns for the weekend and in general, Saturday and Sunday look really nice. Sunshine and average temperatures return. It should be a great final weekend of the West Virginia ski season.