Charleston and Huntington could see a rare dry day in a row
.(WOWK) — After weeks of intense rains and flash flooding, the region is set to experience a drying trend for several days.
Parts of southern West Virginia saw up to 5 inches of rain early Sunday. This led to flash flood warnings and damage to some homes in the Madison, Danville, Big Ugly and Chapmanville areas.
After even more storms Sunday evening in parts of West Virginia north of the Charleston-Huntington/I-64 corridor, the forecast becomes drier once a cold front and upper low pressure trough moves in In the region.
Precipitation through Monday is expected to bring most of the accumulation to areas north of I-64 and into the mountains of West Virginia.
From Monday evening to Tuesday evening, there is only a little rain in the high mountains of West Virginia.
As a warming trend sets in, the air will also remain fairly dry and precipitation will only be possible in the southernmost counties of West Virginia and southeastern Kentucky, with only light amounts scheduled from Wednesday evening to Friday evening.
Meanwhile, the region is not yet done with warm temperatures. The region may look for more highs in the upper 80s by the end of the week.
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