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High pressure remains in control for Wednesday; big cool down on the way

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Sunny skies will remain throughout today as high pressure is directly over our area. We will remain dry throughout tonight and most of tomorrow.

High temperatures today will head into the upper 60s and 70s. Overnight lows will be right around average falling into the mid-upper 40s/lower 50s for most. Winds change direction and come out of the west today allowing a slight warm up from yesterday.

70s remain with us for Thursday, but a cold front arrives Thursday night and into Friday providing a big cool down.

High temperatures will drop roughly 20 degrees from Thursday into Friday.

Highs on Friday will hit in the upper 40s and 50s. Overnight lows will drop right around freezing. Some showers are expected from this front as early as overnight Thursday (after sunset) and during the day on Friday. Depending on the timing of the cold front, if moisture is still present overnight Friday into Saturday we could see a transition from rain to snow flurries. If this would occur this would mainly only happen for elevations at or above 4,000 feet. Could see our first flurries of the season! Once again this all depends on the timing of the cold front!

The weekend will be cooler with highs on Saturday in the 50s and Sunday in the upper 50s/low 60s. High pressure will build in for the weekend allowing drier conditions to come underway. All the details are on WVVA at noon!

Catherine Maxwell

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