You never know what to expect working in the news. I rode in today and I saw an unmarked police vehicle in the parking lot. It still took about an hour before I was told that Governor John Kasich was stopping by the station. I was sitting in the weather center, working on my graphics, while Jackie Couture was interviewing him on the economy of Ohio and what kind of changes the area will be facing in the future in his opinion.
Before work I managed to pull a few mulberry trees from the fence line and do a little "manly" work. I got about four trees cut down or pulled out of the ground before a thunderstorm rolled into the neighborhood. It was hard to cool off after all the hard work, especially since today was the warmest day of the year so far with a high in Dayton of 73.
More showers and storms tomorrow, remaining pretty widely scattered, but a much better shot of rain will arrive on Wednesday as the cold front plows through the Midwest, possibly a few flurries Wednesday night. We will see much colder air around the area for the rest of the week and weekend. Highs will be in the mid and lower 40's with overnight lows into the 20's. That in addition to moisture on Saturday and Sunday could mean a chance for....snow... I will keep ya posted. Have a good one!
Andrew Buck Michael