CHARLESTON, W.Va. — You can put away those sweaters and get out your flip flops and sunscreen. You’re going to need it. The National Weather Service is calling for a front to move through Tuesday into Wednesday that will bring with it lots of sun and temperatures that will make it feel like the middle of summer.
“Temperatures outside of the mountains, we’re generally looking at the upper 80s. I can’t rule out a 90 along and south of the I-64 corridor in the southern part of the state,” according to meteorologist Nick Webb with the NWS.
As that front moves through, we could see a few pop up showers but for the most part, Webb said it’s going to be blue skies on Wednesday, Thursday and at least part of Friday.
“Friday is still going to be pretty warm but we’re going to have an approaching cold front that we’re going to have to deal with Friday night into much of Saturday with the threat of showers and thunderstorms,” said Webb.
Temperatures will reach the 70s on Saturday and Sunday. Things are looking a bit better for Mother’s Day. There is a chance for a shower but Webb predicted it will be much drier than the day before.