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YOUR TUSCARAWAS COUNTY QUIKCAST
High pressure will build east across the area tonight and Wednesday. A warm front will lift north across the area on Thursday as low pressure moves slowly into the central Great Lakes by Friday night. A cold front will slide east across the region Friday night and move to the east coast Saturday. High pressure over Northern ontario canada will extend a ridge south across the area Sunday into Monday.
|Lo 36 °F||Hi 54 °F||Lo 33 °F||Hi 66 °F||Lo 46 °F||Hi 70 °F|
CURRENT TUSCARAWAS COUNTY CONDITIONS
|Wednesday, April 23, 2014 03:00 AM -
Next Update: 3:15 am
|Today's Weather Hazards|
|In other communities across the county:
|Temp||Dew Point||Pressure||Humidity||Winds||Rain||Last Report|
|New Philadelphia(W)||44.6°F||34.7°F||29.908in.||WSW @ 1mph Gust 7mph||None||2:45 AM EDT|
|New Philladelphia(S)||45.1°F||34.5°F||29.406in.||West @ 3mph Gust 6mph||None||2:45 AM EDT|
|Dennison||45.0°F||33.1°F||-9997.857in.||61%||ESE @ 3mph Gust 9mph||-15.500in.||2:02 AM EDT|
|Dover||-9999.0°F||-9999.0°F||29.288in.||-9999%||NNW @ 1mph Gust 2mph||None||11:46 PM EDT|
|Newcomerstown||45.7°F||34.0°F||29.876in.||63%||North @ 1mph Gust 12mph||None||2:45 AM EDT|
|Strasburg||43.3°F||35.1°F||29.887in.||72%||ENE @ 3mph Gust 3mph||None||2:40 AM EDT|
|Sugarcreek||45.0°F||32.0°F||-9997.857in.||62%||SSE @ 12mph Gust 20mph||-15.500in.||11:22 PM EDT|
|Uhrichsville||45.0°F||33.1°F||-9997.857in.||61%||ESE @ 3mph Gust 9mph||-15.500in.||2:02 AM EDT|
WEATHER NEWS FOR THE TUSCARAWAS VALLEY
By Joe Ebner - New Philadelphia, Ohio | April 22, 2014
The line of thunderstorms that developed and moved across the Tuscarawas valley this afternoon have cleared the region and are now southeast of our area.
We will continue to see diminishing chances fro a shower through the rest of the afternoon and into this evening. Outdoor activities for today should be okay with only a slight risk for a stray shower across the Valley for the remainder of the day.
Skies Â will clear out becoming partly cloudy this evening and our temperatures will be sliding downward, so if you have outdoor plans later, you better grab a jacket or sweater on the way out. Â By 8:00 PM this evening, temperatures across the area will be in the lower 50s dropping to the upper 40s by 10:00 PM.
Cool temperatures will continue into Wednesday with decreasing clouds and skies becoming mostly sunny across the Tuscarawas Valley in the afternoon as high pressure builds in over the region. Expect a high only in the mid 50s tomorrow, but afternoon sun should make the chilly air bearable.
We do expect skies to be clear for Wednesday evening’s pass of the International Space Station, but you will need a jacket.
It will be warmer Thursday under mostly sunny skies and a high in the mid 60s.
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