Month: November 2017

After some light showers today, a cooler but mostly sunny weekend

After a sunny and mild start to our Thursday, showers will push in from the northwest with a cold front this afternoon. The hi-res model shows us staying dry through lunch time with showers moving or shortly after. Although rain will stick around for the majority of the afternoon, this will be a fast-mover and …

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Mild and sunny through mid week; Rain chances return on Thursday then clear out for the weekend

I hope everyone in the Valley enjoyed the long Thanksgiving weekend. Pleasant weather will highlight the majority of these last November days and give you plenty of opportunities to finish up your outdoor cleanup and decorating. We will see a few clouds around Monday morning as a weak upper level system crosses the Great Lakes …

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Thanksgiving Week in the Valley: Generally chilly temperatures with plenty of sun

After a busy weather weekend, our weather across east-central Ohio settled down overnight as high pressure shifted east pushing the rain and snow showers to the Atlantic Coast. Monday will bring chilly temperatures but plentiful sunshine. We won’t do much better than 43-45 degrees this afternoon. It will be another frosty night. Skies will remain …

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Ohio Winter Safety Awareness Week: All About Winter Precipitation

Winter precipitation here in east-central Ohio comes in both liquid and frozen form. The type, liquid or frozen, depends on air temperature both at the surface where we are AND higher up in the atmosphere. Contrary to what some might think, the air temperature can vary significantly as we go higher overhead. It may even …

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Ohio Winter Safety Awareness Week: Winter Watches, Advisories and Warning Criteria

Across the US, only one entity has the responsibility of issuing weather alerts – the National Weather Service. It doen’t matter if you receive your weather alerts from The Weather Channel, local television stations, radio your phone app or the Internet. All watches, warnings and advisories ORIGINATE from the NWS. In our area the Pittsburgh …

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