Snow skims southern halfNovember 25th, 2012 at 7:12 pm by Tara Hastings under Weather
After a cloudy start we did end up seeing some sunshine across the Miami Valley to end out the day. The sunshine really helped to boost our temperatures into the middle 40′s.
The sunshine also painted a pretty picture across the sky. This was sent in from our weatherchecker Jim Clark in Cedarville. Don’t forget you can always send in your weather photos by using our reportit feature on our website wdtn.com
But some areas in had a taste of winter! Here’s a picture from our sister station WLUK Fox 11 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. My former co-worker Doug Higgins took this photo from the Lambeau Cam.
Lambeau Field is just to the left of the photo. When I worked in Green Bay four years ago I remember being able to hear the cheers from fans because the stadium is only two blocks away from the station (WLUK).
So what are our chances for seeing snow this week? There’s a storm system that will head this way but it looks like it is going to skim the southern half of the area. We’ll see partly cloudy skies to start off the day on Monday but the clouds quickly increase as we head throughout the afternoon.
The clouds increase Monday night and after midnight the precipitation begins to head this way. However it looks like it’s really going to be staying south of Dayton. Warren, Clinton and Butler counties.
We may see a few flurries here but it looks like we’re going to miss out on this system. The good news is we have plenty of time to try and get a white Christmas.
We will see some sunshine late in the day on Tuesday once the storm system heads east of us.
Enjoy the new week!