Cooler than normal streak brokenNovember 30th, 2013 at 8:10 pm by Tara Hastings under Weather
While we started the day off with some clouds we ended the day with lots of sunshine. Once the sun came out it really felt great. In fact our temperatures rose into the middle and even upper 40′s in some spots. We finally saw high temperatures above normal today. It’s been more than a week since we’ve seen above normal temperatures.
It has been cold enough for Mad River Mountain to make snow! This is the first time they have opened this early in more than a decade. Several people hit the slopes. Here’s a picture from Dylan Strahm.
This warming trend will continue for the weekend and much of next week. Temperatures will soar into the upper 40′s and lower 50′s for the middle of next week.
Along with the warmer air we’ll also see several chances for rain Wednesday night, Thursday and Friday. Colder air moves back into the Miami Valley for next weekend.
We’ll see a weak cold front move through tomorrow. This means more clouds for Sunday and there’s a slight chance we may see a stray shower.
Cloudy skies stick around for Monday too with a slight chance for a few showers.
Long term computer models suggest that we’ll see below normal temperatures for the middle of December. So for those snow lovers who got a taste of skiing today hang tight – it doesn’t look like this warm up with last too much longer.