Warming continues, still watching Friday…December 3rd, 2013 at 7:57 am by Jamie Jarosik under Weather
A warm front is moving through the Miami Valley this morning, and ahead of it we have seen rain and fog overnight. With visibility at or below a quarter-mile, the National Weather Service has issued a DENSE FOG ADVISORY for the southern counties until 10am:
Our visibility will improve as the front moves north of the area by late morning. As we go into the “warm sector” of the storm system today, we will experience a lot of dry weather. Even though clouds linger, temperatures will be able to climb into the mid-50s for highs today!
On Wednesday, a cold front will be approaching from the west. This will increase the southerly winds over the area… we are expecting them to be between 10 and 20 mph with slightly higher gusts. Very Springlike as we climb into the lower 60s during the afternoon! We can’t rule out a few spotty showers on Wednesday, but a better chance will occur Wednesday night into Thursday morning, as a cold front crosses the area. Behind the front, colder air will move in… so while we hit a high near 50 early Thurs, we will likely see falling temperatures in the afternoon.
It will be a LOT colder on Friday, and it’s an interesting set-up for the end of the week. The front stalls south of us… a wave of low pressure will move up along the front… bringing precip to the area again. As cold air continues to push into the Miami Valley, we will see rain and/or mix change to snow:
As it is still several days away, it is subject to change, but Friday is a day you want to pay attention to! We will keep you posted!