After the coldest day in 7 months yesterday (high: 37) today will be a bit warmer but only by a few degrees. With times of clouds and sun, expect an afternoon high near 40.
We still expect a nice warm up with dry weather for the busy day-before-Thanksgiving. Nationally, the most unsettled weather will be in the Rockies and northern Plains. No weather-related delays expected in the East and South.
Locally, a nice southwest wind will develop, resulting in afternoon temperatures about 10 degrees warmer than today.
Enjoy! A mild day with a mix of sun and clouds. Highs in the mid 50s.
Dry and mild for early morning shoppers. Rain chances will increase during the midday and afternoon as a cold front heads or way.
We’ll dry out Saturday but it will be colder with highs in the lower 40s.
Another busy day for travelers Sunday. Tough forecast at this point as our models are not in great agreement. GFS (shown) says rain will push back in. Other models have a dry look. Stay tuned.
A chilly pattern for early December but there are no signs of any harsh cold.
2 DEGREES GUARANTEE:
Sunday is not our day this month…..but yesterday we got back on track. I smell a new winning streak starting!
THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY:
On this date in 1950 the region was was being impacted by one of the most famous storms in Ohio history. A snow storm got underway in Youngstown and by the following day we had 26″ on the ground.
WEATHER FOR WEATHER GEEKS:
The Valley’s most detailed weather video will go online this evening between 7:30-8:00. Tonight’s video will examine the computer model challenges with the weekend forecast as well as the pattern that will produce early December chill.