Unseasonably Warm Day Expected Tuesday


UPDATED: Tuesday January 29, 2013 4:09 PM

Your Doppler 10 Forecast
    
This Afternoon    Mostly cloudy & unseasonably warm. Low 60s. S 10-15 mph
Tonight:    Showers return. Breezy & mild. 56
Tomorrow:    Showers & a few T-storms early. Low 60s, Falling late. S 15-25 mph gusts of 30-40 mph.
Thursday:    Mostly cloudy chance for flurries.  28

Special Information:
Unseasonably warm weather for the next two days with highs now expected to be in the upper 50s and lower 60s.  A strong cold front will bring showers and thunderstorms Wednesday along with strong gusty winds.  The front will send temperatures plunging during the day from the upper 50s to the 20s by Thursday morning. We could even see a little light snow or some flurries on the backside of this system. Then it's back to chilly all the way into the weekend with another chance for light snow showers Saturday.

ALERTS :  SPC has a Moderate Risk for Severe Storms over parts of AR, MS, TN & LA.  A Slight Risk area stretches from S. IN to TX and along the Gulf. The Slight Risk area is just south of Ohio tomorrow. There’s a Dense Fog Advisory for much of northern Ohio until 10 AM.

Inconvenient WX/Plan Your Day:  Fog could cause driving headaches early. Very warm today. Showers & storms tomorrow morning could slow the commute and gusty winds could cause branches or power lines to come down. Heavy rain may cause localized flooding. Back to Winter Thursday with a chance for flurries and much colder.

Stats:  Averages: 37/23  Record High: 65 (2002) Low: -13 (1963)  Last 7 Days
(25, 17, 22, 22, 24, 29, 34) .34” Precip yesterday. 1.70” January. (-.78”) No Snow Yesterday. 4.9” Jan. (-3.4”) 20.6” Season. (+6.2”)
 Sunrise:  7:42 Set 5:47

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