It’ll be another very cold night for the entire area as low temperatures are expected to drop down into the teens and single digits with areas along the Allegheny front potentially dropping below zero. Winds of 5 to 10 mph may combine with below zero temps to produce wind chills fifteen degrees below zero along the Allegheny front with single-digit wind chills elsewhere. A Wind Chill Advisory has been issued for portion of the Allegheny front this evening and into Saturday morning. The coastal storm will pull away from the region Saturday morning with dry and chilly conditions expected throughout the day. High pressure will remain in control on Saturday with highs expected to peak in the mid to upper 20s to low 30s. Overnight lows will be chilly once again with lows in the teens. On Sunday a quick moving clipper system will lead to some snow showers along and just east of the Allegheny Front. As afternoon temperatures will be slightly warmer in the upper 20s to upper 30s. The cold overall pattern continues into next week, with the next system approaching the region Tuesday. Models agree that the precipitation will be in the form of rain and a little snow. Following this system, sunshine builds into the region, leading to mostly dry and cold conditions for the remainder of the period.

Once again tonight, the wind chills will be below zero out in West Virginia, and a Wind Chill Advisory has been issued for Grant, Pendleton, and Highland counties. Stay warm everyone and enjoy the weekend! – ssumner@localdvm.com

TONIGHT: Variably cloudy. Temperatures range from the single digits to low 20s.

SATURDAY: Sunny and cold. Highs around 30 degrees.

SUNDAY: Partly cloudy with a few snow showers. Highs in the 30’s.

MONDAY: Partly cloudy. Highs in the 30s.

TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy with mixed precipitation. Highs in the 30’s.

WEDNESDAY: Sunny and cold. Highs around freezing.

THURSDAY: Sunny. Highs around 30 degrees.

FRIDAY: Variably cloudy. Highs in the 30’s.

Have a safe great night! Meteorologist Scott Sumner