Month: January 2019

Snow showers tonight into Friday morning; Warming up over the weekend

Very cold weather will continue through Friday. Snow is expected to return late tonight through Friday with a crossing clipper system. Warmer temperatures will arrive over the weekend. High pressure will keep the sunshine going today and temperatures will recover somewhat this afternoon. It will still be a cold day with an afternoon high around 8°/9° …

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Frigid temperatures and arctic wind chills today and tonight

Despite the sunshine, very cold temperatures and wind chills are expected through Friday. Our chances for snow showers return late Thursday through Friday. After a cold and breezy start today, temperatures will continue to fall through the afternoon to around -4° by sunset. That pesky west wind will stay gusty as well keeping our wind …

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Tuscarawas Valley Warming Centers

If you need a place to shelter from the bitter cold over the next few days, there are a number of locations throughout Tuscarawas County that will provide temporary shelter. IMPORTANT: Note that most warming centers do NOT have overnight hours. If someone has nowhere to go to stay warm overnight, we are urging them to …

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Scattered snow showers today; Turning much colder tonight

Scattered snow showers are likely through the day behind the passage of a strong cold front. Very cold weather is expected through the remainder of the week. Temperatures will warm up over the weekend. I’m not going to spend much time talking about the cold temperatures headed our way. Unless you’ve been living under a …

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Updated snow forecast for Monday night and Tuesday

Our computer models have continued the downward trend regarding snow accumulation with tonight’s clipper system. With the cold front zipping through early Tuesday morning and temperatures remaining relatively warm, most of the precipitation tonight will fall as rain. There will be a brief period of snow showers and mixed precipitation Tuesday morning along the cold …

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Rain, snow, and bone-chilling cold

A brief break in the weather today will be followed by rain and snowfall tonight into Tuesday with the passage of a strong low pressure system and cold front. Very cold weather is expected from mid to late week. A chilly start with a little sun this morning in New Philadelphia. But, it’s late January. …

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Warming temperatures on Monday ahead of a strong cold front early Tuesday

A brief break in the weather tonight and Monday morning will be followed by the approach and passage of a strong low-pressure system Monday evening and Tuesday. Very cold weather is expected from mid to late week. Calm before the storm. We should remain dry overnight as high pressure and dry air dominate the skies …

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Weekend Snow Forecast

Snow over the weekend will be nickel-and-dime stuff. While nothing extraordinary at any one time, it will be cold enough for snow to stick. Watch for slick spots, especially after sunset. More significant snowfall is expected Monday night into Tuesday with a strong arctic cold front. Bookmark TuscWeather.net on your browser or add the TuscWeather …

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Spotty light snow through the weekend then arctic cold next week

An active weather pattern will bring multiple chances for snow showers through the weekend and into early next week. After a strong cold front crosses Tuesday, bitterly cold air will follow for the middle of next week. Sub-zero wind chills are forecast from Tuesday evening through next weekend. An arctic cold front will continue to …

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