The National Weather Service has announced a flash flood watch for Cabell, Mason and Wayne counties on the western side of the state, bordering Ohio.
The watch is in effect until Thursday morning. It means flash flooding is possible. The NWS will declare a flash flood warning if conditions worsen.
A hazardous weather outlook is in effect for much of the state as of Tuesday afternoon, meaning showers and storms throughout the rest of the week.
The NWS has also issued a wind advisory for parts of Randolph, Nicholas, Webster, Pocahontas, Fayette and Raleigh counties. People there should anticipate gusty winds that might knock down tree limbs and power lines, until Wednesday morning.