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Tonight: Staying Mostly Cloudy. Steady Cool Temps.
Low: 34 Winds: NE 5-9 mph
Monday: Mostly Cloudy With a Few Scattered Showers South of Dayton.
High: 53 Winds: E 6-12 mph
Tuesday: Rain Likely, Especially Before Sunset. Warm and Breezy First Day of December
High: 59 Winds: SW 9-15 mph
It has been a cloudy Thanksgiving weekend, with temps returning back to the 40's for the end of the long weekend. Temperatures will drop into the mid-30's again tonight. A few spots may see a light shower by morning, but most folks north of I-70 will stay dry again on Monday. We will go above average again, with highs Monday afternoon topping out in the low to mid-50's just before sundown.
Tuesday is looking even warmer, but another cold front is on the way. Rain is likely early in the day, followed by clearing skies after sundown. Temps will top out in the upper-50's early in the afternoon before dropping into the mid-30's early Wednesday morning. By midweek, highs will only reach the mid-40's, but clearing skies will produce plenty of sunshine through the end of the week. Next weekend is looking fantastic for early December, with sunshine and highs in the 50's. Those who are waiting for our first measurable snow are going to have to wait a while, as long-range models are hinting at warmer than average temps through the first half of the month.