Sunday, November 21, 2010

Thanksgiving Forecast Update

Some important changes for the week ahead because the second system is slowing down and pushing back our rain a day.  Monday will be warm, upper 60's, and windy with a few showers later in the day, mainly north and west of Dayton.  A line of heavy rain will roll through overnight into Tuesday morning.  Tuesday we will still be in the mid 50's, but staying in the 40's for Wednesday. The second system has slowed down a bit and will bring warmer temps along with the rain.  As we head through Wednesday night a few of the model runs have hinted at the precip starting off as snow then switching back over to rain as the temps climb into the 50's for the daytime hours(so warmer than Wednesday), then quickly cooling off behind the cold front on Thursday night.  If the temps fall fast enough we could see the system ending in flurries or snow Thursday night.  Friday we will be hard pressed to just get above freezing, so be prepared if you are doing any shopping. Still remaining cold, but dry, for next weekend as well, which will help the holiday season feel like it actually arrived.  I will be updating the forecast on here daily.... If it stays the same, we can start talking about amount of precip/snow in a day or two.  Have a good one!

Andrew Buck Michael

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