Warmer temps follow a frosty morning
HUNTINGTON - A frosty Wednesday morning was followed by a leap in temperatures that will continue throughout the end of the week, with temperatures potentially reaching into the 60s.
According to the National Weather Service, the sudden warmup is caused by a strong low temperature system currently moving over the central United States, which will also bring wet weather to the area. A high of 54 degrees is expected Thursday, accompanied by rain that will continue into Friday before tapering off. Temperatures are expected to reach a high of 64 degrees Friday.
The frost is expected to return by Saturday, when the NWS has forecast a daytime high of 47 degrees and a 30 percent chance of rain or snow at night accompanied by a low of 33 degrees.