Roller coaster weekendsJune 9th, 2012 at 8:07 pm by Tara Hastings under Weather
Did you get the impression too that it seems like it’s hot in Dayton every other weekend? You’re correct. So far this summer we had a hot Memorial Day weekend, a chilly first weekend of June and now it’s warm again. It got me thinking (and singing of course) roller coaster of … weather…oooh ooh oooh. Ok I’ll stop.
Looking at the long range forecast it seems that next weekend will not be chilly. Let’s break the streak
It’s going to be dry for the end of the weekend. So if you have any plans to head to Kings Island or any of the festivals around the area you won’t have to dodge any rain drops. Don’t forget the sunscreen because temperatures will be in the upper 80′s.
I got some photos from one of our producers this afternoon. This was the Fairy and Gnome build day in Beavercreek. The kids stayed out of the sun and were able to go into the woods to build houses for Fairy and Gnomes at the Evergreen Children’s Center. More than 40 houses were created.
Some of the farmers around the Miami Valley could really use the rain. Since we’ve had a lot of dry weather lately I received an email from Amy Hoying. She says the dry weather is good for making hay. They make large square bales because they are easier to store and aren’t as labor intensive.
I do have some good news for the farmers who really need the rain. We are going to see a cold front move through on Monday. This will bring us a pretty good chance for showers and even a few thunderstorms throughout much of the day. Some of the computer models are suggesting we could see a pretty good soaking. Here’s a look at Future Trac
Keep the umbrella handy for most of the day Monday and even into the first part of Tuesday. Afterwards we’ll see lot of sunshine and seasonable temperatures.
One other note: Coming soon to a TV near you 2News in HD!
Construction has begun and the main set has been demolished. I will tell you this place looks HUGE when nothing is in it!
Now because our set is gone the anchors will be doing the entire newscast from the newsroom camera. Please be patient with us as we make this transition. These are going to be simple shows over the next month because we have limited space while our set is being built. However I seen the new set and trust me you’re going to like it! So please pardon our dust
Weather will still be in the studio and our green wall is staying up. I guess you can say my “office” just got really big and really quiet