COLUMBUS, Ohio — So far, November has been unseasonably warm.
We have seen three days of record high temperatures in Columbus and according to the Climate Prediction Center, we are expecting a warmer than average month.
Seth Binau, a meteorologist from the National Weather Service in Wilmington, Ohio explains that the record hurricane season also has helped warm air linger into the Ohio Valley.
Tropical systems will help develop ridges of high pressure that invite warm tropical air into our region.
Enjoy the mild conditions while they last because the warmer weather won't last forever.
With La Nina forecasted for the winter months, we could see a few systems to swing through bringing a few snow events to the area.
As for what temperatures will be like heading into the next few months, it's a little early to tell.
When it comes to the weather, Seth does believe that this winter will be more exciting compared to last year.