We’re seeing a few school districts operating on a two hour delay due fog. You can find the latest closings by clicking here.
Visibilities are down to a quarter of a mile north and east of Dayton.
We’re tracking an area of low pressure heading this way later today. We’re going to see temperatures above normal ahead of the storm.
Our jet stream or storm track will bring winds out of the southwest in the upper levels of the atmosphere today and the switch to the northwest once the low passes us. This means above normal temperatures at first then near normal for Wednesday through Friday.
As the storm system approaches we’re going to see a chance for showers. Much of the day will be dry but we’ll see a chance for showers later this evening.
Showers will continue for Tuesday as the low exits the Great Lakes.
Temperatures then drop to near normal conditions for the rest of the week.
It was a wet Friday and first start of Saturday. Many areas picked up one to two inches of rainfall.
Here’s a look at the Doppler radar estimates for the last 24 hours.
The rain is off to the east of us right now. We still have some clouds around the Miami Valley but skies will continue to clear through the evening.
It will become mostly clear and chilly by Sunday morning. Temperatures will be dropping into the 20′s.
Look for a quiet and dry end to the weekend with temperatures near normal.
We’re tracking a cold front that will move through the Miami Valley Monday evening. This will bring us a little more cloud cover and a chance for a few showers by the afternoon.
There may be a little precipitation lingering when the cold air arrives late Monday and early Tuesday morning. This cold air may change the rain showers over to a few flurries early Tuesday morning. Right now it doesn’t look like a big snow at all.
The rest of the work week looks quiet with near normal temperatures.
Wow it was windy today! These winds will continue to be howling tonight and tomorrow.
The winds did help transport warmer air northward. Our highs today climbed into the 50′s. Tomorrow we’ll be even warmer with highs approaching 60.
Winds will be the main story along with the warmer temperatures tomorrow. Wind speeds will be 10-25 mph with gusts near 30 again.
These winds will help to bring a little more moisture northward Sunday. There’s a chance for a little light drizzle or spotty shower at any time during the day tomorrow. However the best chance of rain will be after 5 p.m.
A cold front will move through the area Sunday. Once the front approaches the Miami Valley by late Sunday evening that’s when we’ll see the best chance of rain. The rain will be on the light side and won’t amount to very much in the rain gauge.
There’s a slight chance we may see a few rain showers very early Monday morning. Cold air will drop southward once the front moves through the area. There’s a slight chance we may see a few snowflakes mix in south of Dayton however the chance is very small.
We received a few sunrise pictures in our reportit file that I would love to share. Don’t forget you can always share your photos by sending picture to firstname.lastname@example.org
After a brief period of light freezing rain/showers this morning we quickly warmed up. Highs today were above normal for the first time in more than ten days. Just like that the snow pack we once had is now gone.
It will be above normal for tomorrow and Monday before temperatures drop back into the 30′s for daytime highs.
Tonight we’ll see mostly cloudy skies and there’s a slight chance we may see a few isolated showers. The best chance will be shortly before sunrise.
Look for a mild, mostly cloudy day Sunday. If you have any outdoor plans the earlier you can do them the better. A large swath of rain will be heading this way for the afternoon and evening.
The rain will continue through the overnight hours and there’s a chance we may still see some wet spots for the Monday morning commute.
Rainfall amounts will be close to a half an inch.
Temperatures will be above normal for Sunday and Monday but another cold blast will head this way late Monday and into the rest of the holiday week.
Right now it looks like there’s a chance for a few flurries on Thanksgiving. Temperatures will be below normal for the late week into next weekend.
A cold front is passing through right now bringing low clouds and a few light sprinkles.
Highs today were closer to normal.
We’ll see clouds through the overnight hours but we’ll break into some sunshine for Sunday.
Temperatures will rise Monday into the upper 50′s near 60 on breezy southwesterly winds.
It will be dry with some sunshine to start the work week.
A cold front will move through Tuesday. This will bring us a chance for some showers during the afternoon Tuesday. One thing you’ll notice is the BIG drop in temperature. A cold blast will envelope most of the country from Wednesday through the end of the week and next weekend.
Highs will stay in the 30′s around the Miami Valley and lows will drop in the 20′s.
Halloween was a trick to many of those out getting candy last night. Rain cold temperatures and then snow developed after 8 p.m. last night. A few snow showers were also around very early this morning. Chuck Long took this picture of the snow from Indian Lake.
It was a cold, cloudy and windy day around the Miami Valley. Winds gusted around 30 mph at times today.
The clouds are still around right now but sunshine is starting to peek through the clouds.
Skies will eventually become mostly clear tonight allowing temperatures to fall into the 20′s and end our growing season.
The reason we are seeing such a strong cold blast is our jet stream or storm track is taking a large dip south. This is also one of the reasons why the southeast saw snow this morning and freezing temperatures tonight.
Skies clear tonight and we’ll start off cold but sunny for Sunday.
Temperatures will be below normal for Sunday but will rise to near normal conditions for Monday with partly cloudy skies.
Don’t forget to set your clocks BACK one hour as we FALL BACK to standard time. Daylight Saving Time (not savings – we’re saving time not putting it into a savings bank account)
This means we’re going to see the sun rising earlier but setting right after you get home from work now.
Make sure you don’t look at the sun directly. There’s a few ways you can view the solar eclipse safely. If you have special glasses you can use those, watch it online or grab the cardboard from a roll of toilet paper.
Tape a piece of paper at one end of the roll and poke a small hole in the paper. Hold the open end up to the sun and you can see the projected image of the eclipse.
Clouds are going to hang around for much of the day today. Eventually skies begin to clear out from west to east later this afternoon.
We’ll see some peeks of sunshine by lunchtime but a better chance of sun for the afternoon and evening.
Highs will stay in the middle 50′s with breezy winds out of the north. Tonight with skies clearing temperatures will drop into the 30′s. Frost will be likely.
We’ll see clear skies late tonight and early Thursday morning.
Temperatures slowly rise for the end of the week and weekend. Highs climb above normal into the 60′s and near 70 by the weekend!
Tomorrow will be clear so we’ll be able to view a partial solar eclipse. This is when the moon blocks out part of the sun. It will be brief though – eclipse beings around 5:51 pm and the sun sets at 6:46 pm.
It’s important to remember not to look at the sun. Click here to find out how to view a solar eclipse safely.
Lots of clouds today as a low pressure departs our area. We’ll see a few peeks of sun but there’s still a slight chance of a few showers or sprinkles. It will also be breezy with winds out of the northwest. Highs are going to struggle today to reach the middle 50′s.
We’ll see a little more sunshine Wednesday but temperatures are still going to be below normal.
Temperatures are going to rise for the end of the week. Right now the weekend looks great with sunny skies and highs in the 60′s.
We’ve been asking for some of your fall color pictures and we appreciate your photos! Here’s a couple of them.
After a sunny Sunday the clouds are back for Monday. We’re seeing a few showers north of Dayton this morning but more showers are possible this afternoon. The best chance of rain will be between 2 p.m. and 6 p.m.
Clouds will stick around today as a weak storm system drops into the area. Winds will be breezy out of the southwest this afternoon and will switch to the northwest tonight and tomorrow.
Clouds will stick around today, tonight and tomorrow.
There’s a slight chance we may see a few spotty showers early Tuesday morning but most of the day will be cloudy, cool and breezy.
The fall colors are peaking around the Miami Valley and many of you have been sending us your photos through email@example.com Thank you so much for sharing!
Here are a few pictures I took while hiking at Hueston Woods State Park.
We had a soggy day around most of the Miami Valley. Rainfall amounts were around a quarter of an inch to as much as a half of an inch.
The biggest batch of rain moved out of the area around 4 p.m. and we saw some sunshine. We still had a few scattered showers around and many of you snapped some great rainbow pictures. There were even some double rainbows. Did you know that the colors are reversed on the second bow of a double rainbow?
Dean Brown Indian Riffle Park Terri Johnston Waynesville
We still have a few scattered showers around the area right now however skies will become partly cloudy overnight. Skies will clear out just in time for a lunar eclipse. A lunar eclipse occurs when the moon passes in front of the Earth’s shadow. In order to see the eclipse you’ll have to wake up early or stay up late (however you choose to look at it!) and look WEST. The eclipse will begin shortly after 4 a.m. and last until about 7:30am. Totality will begin around 6:30am. The moon may have a red or orange tint to it. This is why it’s nicknamed the ‘blood moon’.
If you want to check out the eclipse from your warm bed SLOOH observatory is setting up a live feed. Click here
If you’re up and want to send photos of the eclipse we would LOVE to share them on the air and in our weather blogs! Just send your photo to firstname.lastname@example.org
This morning many of us saw some ice pellets falling instead of rain showers. Here’s some video I shot earlier today. Graupel occurs where there is cold air in the upper levels of the atmosphere.
Temperatures today were well below our normal readings for this time of the year.
The chilly temperatures will continue tonight. Look for skies to become partly cloudy by daybreak. Temperatures will drop into the 30′s by early tomorrow morning. A frost advisory has been issued for most of the Miami Valley until 10 a.m. Sunday.
Surface temperatures are taken five feet above the ground. So even though air temperatures at reporting sites may say 36 degrees the air at the ground may be closer to 32. This is why if you have any tender plants you might want to cover them or bring them into your garage.
We’ll see some sunshine for Sunday but there’s also a slight chance we may see a few isolated showers too.
A better chance for showers arrives on Monday and Tuesday.
Temperatures will slowly moderate for the middle of the week to near normal.
If you wanted great fall weather we’ve really hit the jackpot. Clear nights and sunny afternoons will continue for the next few days.
We had a few clouds early this morning and that allowed for a fantastic sunrise!
We ended the day with a lot of sunshine and temperatures once again in the 80′s.
We’ll continue to see clear skies and temperatures dropping into the 50′s tonight. Quiet conditions continue for the next couple of days before we see a pattern change take place at the end of the week.
We’ll see a few clouds tomorrow but it will be another gorgeous fall day around the area with highs once again in the lower 80′s.
Tuesday we’ll see a few more clouds as a weak system drops from the north. It looks like most locations will be dry we’ll just see a few more clouds as the cold front passes through Ohio.
We’re starting off with cloudy skies around the Miami Valley this morning. Clouds will begin to break for the afternoon and we’ll see lots of sunshine. Temperatures are going to be well below normal today but eventually will rise to the middle and upper 70′s for the weekend.
Cloudy conditions this morning but high pressure builds across the area for the afternoon.
We’ll see temperatures fall into the 40′s tonight with clear skies and calm winds. You’ll definitely need the jacket Wednesday morning.
High pressure will keep us cool at night but allow for lots of sunshine during the afternoon.
Looking ahead to the weekend: Many of you may be running the Air Force Marathon this weekend. The weather so far is looking great! We’ll see temperatures in the lower 70′s for the 5K on Friday and in the 50′s for the full marathon Saturday. Good news BOTH days look dry!
Many locations started out in the low to middle 40′s this morning. Lowell Miller one of our weathercheckers in Greenville dropped to 42! Officially Dayton dropped to 45.
Despite the chilly start we saw lots of sunshine for the afternoon and warmed near 70 for the afternoon.
We’re going to see clear skies once again tonight and temperatures will drop into the middle and upper 40′s. So a few degrees warmer than this morning.
We’ll start off with some sunshine Monday morning but we’ll see some clouds head this way for the afternoon. A weak system is going to approach the Miami Valley and bring us a chance for some showers later in the afternoon and evening.
After the system moves through Monday night we’ll see another cool day Tuesday but it will be sunny. It will be dry for much of the work week with lots of sunshine and highs in the lower 70′s.
Brrr!! Grab the extra blanket tonight, temperatures are going to be well below normal. Take a look at what it felt like this morning across the Great Lakes.
This chilly air mass is going to settle right over the Dayton area tonight/Sunday morning. Temperatures will be in the low to middle 40′s by Sunday morning. Don’t forget the jacket as you make your way out the door for church or grab an extra layer if you’re going for a long run.
Temperatures are suppose to be in the 70′s this time of year but we stayed in the 60′s for highs today.
Skies have cleared after a cloudy couple of days. Those clear skies will allow our temperatures to drop into the lower 40′s for many spots. With lots of sunshine expected tomorrow we’ll see highs near 70 Sunday afternoon but we’ll still be below normal for much of next week.
Despite seeing temperatures below normal we will see mostly sunny skies for the end of the weekend.
On Monday we’ll see a weak system move through Monday afternoon. This will bring us a few showers late in the afternoon and evening.
I spent the last several days traveling around the Great Lakes. I spent ten days traveling around four states, seeing friends, family and making great memories. I had a lot of time in the car but it was well worth it to see many friends I haven’t seen in a long time. I was in Green Bay, Minneapolis and Chicago. Here are just a few of the pictures I took along the way. Have great weekend!