Cooler temperatures but no recordsAugust 14th, 2013 at 7:59 am by Tara Hastings under Weather
Well it was a shock to the system as I made it out the door this morning. Temperatures in the upper 40′s and near 50 with low humidity in the beginning of August is not typical. While we are chilly we’re not going to break any records.
These chilly conditions are going to stick around for the next several days with highs running about 8-10 degrees below normal. Our jet stream or storm track is flowing out of the northwest and dipping bringing cooler air into the Miami Valley. The jet stream eventually lifts northward and brings slightly warmer air for the weekend.
No problems at all on the drive home or when you pick the kids up from their first day of school. Lots of sunshine as high pressure is in control.
High pressure heads right overhead and that means lots of sunshine and chilly temperatures to start out Thursday.
Temperatures will continue to be below normal for the next several days but will gradually rise to near normal temperatures for the weekend.