Watching system to the south…November 26th, 2012 at 8:00 am by Jamie Jarosik under Weather
We are in for a pretty typical late-November day here in the Miami Valley. We are starting off cold, with temps near 30-degrees, and will warm into the mid-40s for highs. This is in line with normal low and high temps which are 31 and 46-degrees. We’ll also see our fair share of sunshine today. We are watching a storm system to our south, however… and this will bring increasing clouds later in the day and on into the evening.
Here is Futuretrac, paused overnight with some snow showers over (mainly) our southern counties:
Initially, the precip should fall as rain, but with dropping temperatures it will change over to snow. Exactly WHEN that happens will play a big roll in how much snow accumulates. Right now, it looks like a pretty good bet that most see under a half inch, and northern counties may not see anything at all. Here is how the chance of rain or snow pans out tonight into Tuesday:
While accumulation will be little, if anything… slick spots will still be possible as temperatures drop into the upper 20s. Use caution if out traveling… especially across bridges and overpasses. Tuesday afternoon will be a bit chilly, too, with highs only in the upper 30s, but we’ll see some afternoon sun. THEN a warming trend sets up for the rest of the week as quiet weather dominates again!