Published: 9.23.14 6:09am
Good Morning Folks! We did not touch the upper 30’s across the highest ridgetops this morning, however we still are quite chilly out there with temps in the low – mid 40’s. Parts of the West Virginia high country did touch the upper 30’s and with all of this chilly weather in play, in addition to the autumnal equinox we are excited to see the color season begin across the mountains. Below is a map we use from the App State Biology Dept to show the timing of the color change and it plays out well each year, minus a few days or a week depending upon how rainy the summer was or if a major cold snap occurs right before fall. With this in mind check it out to help with your fall trip planning and to know when to check in to the local webcams across the high country.
Today will feature another gorgeous day across the region with sunshine overhead, temps only rising to the mid 60’s – mid 70’s and low humidity across the area. Tonight we dip back into the low – upper 40’s once again as mostly clear skies sit overhead, with perhaps a few passing clouds from the south and east.
Wednesday provides us with another pleasant fall day across the region as temps rise to the mid 60’s – mid 70’s once again under mostly sunny – partly cloudy skies. We have introduced cloud cover to the forecast because a low pressure system out... click here for more