A nice weekend; soggy MondaySeptember 30th, 2012 at 6:08 pm by Tara Hastings under Weather
We had a fantastic weekend across the Miami Valley! The clouds ended up staying to our east today so we ended up with a mostly sunny day. Of course that will change by Monday afternoon as a storm system heads northward. Look for some sunshine early in the day but then clouds quickly thicken by the late morning hours. The system is a little faster than computer models had it yesterday so I’m moving up the chance of rain to 2pm.
The rain will continue through the overnight hours and may even bring a few rumbles of thunder along with it. The system really slows down and keeps the chance of rain in the forecast for Tuesday and part of Wednesday.
So keep the umbrellas handy for the first half of the workweek.
Skies tonight will be mostly clear with just a few high level clouds. Should be great to see the full “harvest” moon. The full moon closest to the fall equinox is called the harvest moon because farmers would use the light of the moon to help them harvest their crops. We got a great photo from one of our viewers of the full moon.
While on my drive into work I noticed the fall colors were really starting to pop! Seems like it was just the other day it was summer. I would love for you to send some of your fall photos as well. You can use our reportit feature on our website. I have a few I would love to share with you.
Englewood Reserve – Ta Ressa
And look at Frank’s mums. I’m going to go out on a limb and say that he’s been using some miracle grow – or maybe he sings to them. At any rate these are not your ordinary mums. They look fantastic!
I hope you had a wonderful weekend and can get out and enjoy the wonderful fall colors starting to emerge.