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Severe Storms a Threat for Monday in the Ohio Valley

If going from 30s and snow showers on Thursday to mid and upper 60s to near 70 on Sunday with strong southerly winds, one might wonder what is going on. Well, the answer is another strong storm system is bearing down on the region. A line of showers and embedded thunderstorms are moving through the [...]

Cold Air Marching Towards the United States

Evidence is increasing for the turn to colder weather showing up for the second half of the month and that elusive call of a threat of accumulating snow for the region by the end of the month. While a myriad of factors have to come in place for this to happen, one by one, the [...]

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Super Tuesday Equals Super Weather for Region, Rain Midweek

  The yo-yo pattern predicted for the first half of November continues to work out as advertised. Rainy days and a couple of days of cold temperatures come in just long enough to let us know it is November before retreating and letting sunshine and 60s return. The same will apply this week but we [...]

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November Outlook for the Ohio Valley

October is going to go down as a “Tale of Two Halves” if I may pun Charles Dickens’ work of a “Tale of Two Cities”. Outside of the very cool first couple of days at the beginning of the month the weather turned sunny and very dry, a call that was made here in mid [...]

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Major Hurricane Potential For Florida or Model Mayhem?

While I missed the weak tropical storm for the beginning of the last week hitting around Florida, it appears that I was just a week too early. The problem with this story is it could be a much more formidable storm. On Sunday, Tropical Depression 18 formed in the western Caribbean and currently sits as [...]

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Roller Coast Weather Takes Over as Change to Colder Settles In

Up and down, back and forth, forwards and backwards can be the main words to describe the weather pattern over the next couple of weeks. A surge to the middle 70s to middle 80s occurred Sunday but will be rudely replaced by middle 40s to middle 50s on Wednesday. Warm, strong southerly breezes in front [...]

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“Indian Summer” Gone, Fall Storminess Returns

Hopefully many went out and enjoyed the last 10 days of mostly dry, mostly sunny, and pleasantly warm temperatures because that time is all but over. Temperatures for the next 5 days will not be too bad but after Monday any sustained warm temperatures seem to be over for the 2011 season. A cold front [...]

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Weather Turns Cooler and Unsettled, then Snow?

I have been watching models for several days now seeing if one run would show the potential of snow for a few areas across the Ohio Valley region past October 20th. Needless to say, the GFS has went that way. As stated many times models will flip back and forth but the overall message I [...]

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Gorgeous Weather Continues But For How Long?

As advertised last week, while the region was socked in with clouds and on and off rain showers, light was at the end of the tunnel. By late Saturday in the west and early Tuesday if the far east, that light had stretched across the region in the form of brilliant sunshine. That trend will [...]

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Cloudy, Cool, and Wet Turns Sunny and Cool Then Mild

The stagnant weather pattern that most of the region has been in since the beginning of last week is about to pull a 180 degree turn in the next couple of days. With constant threats of rain and cool temperatures expect sunshine and mild conditions starting next week. The slow, broad cut off low that [...]

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