Decent election day but some snowflakes overnight…November 6th, 2012 at 8:39 am by Jamie Jarosik under Weather
It’s another cold and frosty start in the Miami Valley, as morning temperatures again dipped into the 20s. But high pressure with us today will bring us a great Election Day!
We will stay dry through polling close, at 7:30pm. In fact, any showers will likely come in closer to midnight… and they look to be light, with not everyone seeing precip. With the colder temperatures, we could see some snow mixing in, but won’t see any accumulation. Clouds and light precip may linger into early Wednesday, but we will dry out in the afternoon as the clouds break up.
Then, high pressure at the surface and aloft builds in for the end of the week:
That means sunshine AND a big warm-up for the area! Highs will be in the 50s both Thursday and Friday… and into the 60s this weekend. So while we start the week about 10-degrees below normal… by the weekend we’ll be about 10-degrees above normal! Temperature swings… in this swing state! Get out and vote today!!