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If you liked yesterday’s sunny and 67 you will love today’s wall-to-wall sun and 72 degrees. Not a record high but of course way above average! Remember from yesterday…only 3-4% of November days have a high above 70 in Youngstown so soak it in!
Pretty much exactly the same!
Once again tonight there is a small chance of catching the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights. Small chance, but a chance nonetheless!
An increase in clouds this day but that will not stop temperatures from getting up to above 70 degrees in the afternoon.
This still looks like our wet day with a cold front tracking into the warm (and even somewhat humid) air mass. Showers can occur at any time.
There is even a chance for a thunderstorm Friday as there will be some instability in the atmosphere. One of the measures of instability is Convective Available Potential Energy or CAPE. A few hundred joules of CAPE is enough to generate some thunder.
Much cooler over the weekend with highs near 50. Clouds and intervals of sunshine Saturday. A very small shower chance, mainly early. Sunday looks mostly sunny.
After the weekend cool down, temperatures should rebound early next week.
THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY:
Youngstown’s warmest November day on record occurred on this date in 1961; was 80 degrees.
WEATHER FOR WEATHER GEEKS:
The Valley’s most detailed weather video will go online this evening between 7:30-8:00. We will have a look at the thunderstorm threat Friday and check in with the climate models, El Nino and other signals for the upcoming winter season.