Two more warm days before the bottom drops out

October 24th, 2012 at 7:56 am by under Weather

What a NICE morning here in the Miami Valley!  We had scattered showers overnight & early this AM… but they’ve moved out of the region, and the rest of the day looks fantastic!  Here are the 24-hour rainfall estimates… northern counties picked up the most rain, as expected:

Now we enjoy some REALLY nice weather before some end-of-the-week changes.  Today the sun will return and with a southerly breeze, we’ll shoot into the upper 70s for highs.  Mostly sunny and right back up near 80 on Thursday, too.  THEN a cold front arrives on Friday:

The front’s timing is highly dependent on Sandy and the path the storm takes.  Today, Sandy is trending a little farther from the east coast, which would put the cold front here a little sooner.  Rain chances will start in the northwest Friday afternoon and continue to spread southeast through the evening.  Rain is likely Friday night into Saturday as temperatures d.r.o.p.  Here is the trend for the weekend:

New Carlisle has Trick-or-Treat on Saturday evening… and it’s going to be chilly!  That colder air will even linger into next week, so most of us will need some layers under the costumes.  Here is a full list of Trick-or-Treat days and times:  TRICK OR TREAT

Enjoy the warmth while you can! :)


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