Good Friday evening, temperatures are in the 40’s for now and cloudy skies will make way for some rain overnight. Expect rain to move in primarily after midnight, temperatures will drop into the upper 30’s. There is a little icing possible in the high elevations of Greenbrier County. For Christmas Eve, expect a soggy, damp morning with temperatures rising into the 40’s. It will become light rain by lunch and expect mostly dry conditions for the afternoon expect for some lingering drizzle. Expect drier conditions Christmas day with highs in the upper 50’s, which is above normal. Next week is going to be very unsettled with rain chances each day. We will be turning colder by the end of the week with possibly some snow in the forecast. – Chief Meteorologist Tyler Barker
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Dec 23, 2016, 18:04 pm555
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Tyler grew up in the foothills of North Carolina, in a one stop light town named Boonville, NC and was promoted to Chief Meteorologist where you can find him weekdays at 5, 6, and 11 pm on WOAY-TV.