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White Christmas Chances for the Tuscarawas Valley

Christmas is still two weeks out, but folks across Tuscarawas County are already wondering if a White Christmas is in our future.

According to NOAA, the upcoming weather pattern makes it increasingly likely for a While Christmas in the Tuscarawas Valley. Here is the precipitation outlook for the week BEFORE Christmas:

NOAA precipitation outlook map

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Cool sunshine today and we turn even colder by a couple of degrees tonight October 25, 2016

TONIGHT With few clouds to help keep daytime heating close to the surface, temperatures tonight will again fall off quickly after sunset and most of the Valley will dip to the low 30s again. Since we’re nearly two weeks past … Continue reading

Cooler weather pattern for the Tuscarawas Valley this week October 24, 2016

We will end up seeing more sun this afternoon and evening as clouds associated with a clipper system and cold front exit the region. The thinning clouds and cooler air will make temperatures tonight bottom out in the mid 30s … Continue reading

Lots of sun and warmer for Sunday; ‘Seasonal’ temperatures for the first half of the week October 23, 2016

High pressure begins to influence our weather on Sunday to bring us a dry and much sunnier day with warmer temperatures. Afternoon highs should recover to around average – low to mid 60s for most areas. A clipper system will … Continue reading

Raw, windy and chilly Saturday; Sunny and a little warmer on Sunday October 22, 2016

As we projected, the last three days have brought impressive rain to the East Central Ohio region. Total rainfall amounts for the Tuscarawas Valley amounted to a whopping 3.81 inches during the period Wednesday through Friday (as measured at Harry … Continue reading

Rain tapering off today becoming windy this afternoon; Cooler but dry weather for the weekend October 21, 2016

SATURDAY AND SUNDAY Cold northwest winds rushing over the Great Lakes will keep clouds over the Tuscarawas Valley today. Rain associated with the cold air/warm water of the lakes will stay north of the Valley and breaks in the cloud … Continue reading


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