Warming temps, rain on horizon as many schools delay
HUNTINGTON -- A weekend filled with snow showers has prompted many area school systems to start the week with a two-hour delay.
In West Virginia, Cabell, Lincoln Mason, Putnam and Wayne counties are operating on a two-hour delay. Covenant School, Grace Christian, St. Joseph’s Catholic and Teays Valley Christian are also on a two-hour delay.
In Ohio, Chesapeake Union, Dawson Bryant, Fairland, Ironton Catholic, Ironton City, Lawrence County Open Door, Rock Hill, South Point and Symmes Valley locals are on a two-hour delay.
In Kentucky, Boyd County is closed.
Warming temperatures will bring a slight chance of rain showers after 5 p.m. Monday. Otherwise, the day will bring mostly cloudy skies with a high temperature near 38 degrees.
Monday night brings a slight chance of rain and snow showers as the temperature falls to 32 degrees.
A slight chance of snow showers return for early Tuesday. The high temperature will climb to 40 degrees.
Mostly cloudy skies are forecasted for Tuesday night. The low will drop to 29 degrees.
Skies turn mostly sunny for Wednesday with a high temperature near 40 degrees. The overnight low will dip to 25.
Rain showers return for Thursday. The high will reach 51 followed by a low of 34.
A rain and snow mix is expected for Friday. The high temperature will reach 46 degrees.