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Tuesday Night Forecast | September 15th 2020

Published: Sep. 15, 2020 at 3:59 PM EDT|Updated: Sep. 15, 2020 at 11:32 PM EDT
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BRIDGEPORT, W.Va (WDTV) - Today was chilly from start to finish, a short introduction to the fall season which kicks off in less than 7 days for the astronomy world. Temperatures Wednesday morning will be a little brisk once again but the afternoon we begin to feel the influence of some slightly warmer air creeping in from the South as Sally begins to travel North - Northeast. Not expecting much rain from this tropical system, rather better chances to see a shower from a cold front sweeping through late Thursday night into early Friday morning.

Wednesday: Sun at times, which may be blocked from gray wildfire smoke traveling in from the West. Clouds building throughout the late afternoon into the evening hours. High: 80

Thursday: Mostly cloudy/overcast with a few showers mainly South and East. Winds picking up in strength as a cold front begins to approach the area from the Northwest. This may also allow a shower to squeeze in late Thursday night. High: 78

Friday: Breezy morning with clouds mixing out for sunshine. Any leftovers from Sally should be far to the Southeast. High: 72

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