A WIND ADVISORY is in effect for Northwestern Pocahontas county until 7:00 AM Tuesday.
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Grab the rain coats before heading out the door! We’ll be seeing rain on and off throughout our Monday morning as a warm front approaches the area. We’ll be breezy at times today, but mild, with temps early in the 40s and 50s, pushing into the upper 50s/low 60s during the afternoon hours. The heaviest rain will again be this morning, but most of the afternoon looks quiet, with just an occasional spotty shower and lots of clouds around. A cold front will then near the area tonight, bringing more rounds of heavier rain through the overnight hours. Temps tonight will remain steady/mild in the upper 50s/low 60s .North of the I-64 corridor, most locations will be cooler, in the upper 40s/low 50s into the afternoon and evening.
Tomorrow will be mostly cloudy with lingering occasional rain showers and dropping temps, into the 40s by Tuesday afternoon, as cooler air filters in behind the departing system. A few snow showers may occur N of I-64 Tuesday night, but we will otherwise be drier and cooler into Wednesday, with lows Wednesday morning in the 30s, and highs in the 40s by Wednesday afternoon. Another series of systems look to bring more unsettled weather (mainly rain, with a little snow mixed in) roughly Thursday through Saturday morning. Stay tuned!