After an unsettled weekend, a much calmer work week will unfold across the Valley. Today started with areas of fog; here’s what our camera showed around 7:45:
Once the fog lifts, a nice afternoon on the way as drier air (just to our west early today) is coming. Dewpoints:
It’ll be less humid but still warm with highs in the lower 80s.
The rest of the week? A snoozer! A weak front will fizzle out before reaching us Tuesday. Look for another warm one with a good deal of sun.
Wednesday and Thursday look sunny and warm. The next front is on the way Friday night into Saturday.
I suspect we are dry for high school football Friday evening. Saturday could bring a spotty shower as the cooler air filters in.
Temperature-wise, this will be quite a week. We have 80s in the forecast every day through Friday. Then, a somewhat more typical early Autumn pattern starting over the weekend.
Assuming we hit 80 or above each of the next 5 days, it will be the most significant late-season warm spell since early October of 2007, when we were in the 80s for 5 straight.
If September ended today it would be the 4th warmest on record in Youngstown. With all the warm weather we will see this week, I have to think we have a shot at securing the #1 mark or at least #2.
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