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Remnants of Nate spread across Miami Valley, showers taper off overnight

Published: Saturday, October 07, 2017 @ 5:05 AM
Updated: Monday, October 09, 2017 @ 12:07 AM

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Showers and storms are moving out with some breaks in the clouds toward morning, Storm Center 7 Chief Meteorologist Eric Elwell said.

QUICK-LOOK FORECAST

  • Showers tapering off overnight
  • Temperatures staying above average

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DETAILED FORECAST

Overnight: Rain tapers off to patchy showers and drizzle overnight. Otherwise, conditions will be cloudy and mild. Temperatures will hold in the lower 60s.

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5 Day Forecast with Chief Meteorologist Eric Elwell

DETAILED FORECAST

Monday: Patchy light rain will be possible early. Clouds will begin to break late in the day. Highs will be in the middle to upper 70s.

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Tuesday: Expect a mix of sun and clouds and unseasonably mild weather with temperatures in the middle to upper 70s. Clouds will increase late in the day with showers developing at night.

Wednesday: Scattered showers are likely, especially early in the day. Otherwise, skies will be mostly cloudy with highs in the lower 70s.

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Thursday: Clouds will linger with cooler temperatures topping out near 70 degrees.

Friday: Sunshine returns to end the week with a warming trend getting underway. Highs will rebound into the middle 70s.

Orionid meteor shower peaks this week

Published: Wednesday, October 18, 2017 @ 5:53 AM

Meteorologist Kirstie Zontini talks about where and where to look for the shower.

After finding Venus and Mars early in the week, another special treat awaits you in the early morning sky heading into the weekend! 

The Orionid meteor shower will be peaking Friday night through Saturday morning. Debris from Haley's comet will hit the Earth's atmosphere, creating the show.

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The Orionid shower gets its name because the meteors look like they are coming  from the constellation Orion. This year, 10 to 30 meteors per hour are possible. 

Skies will be dark all night because the moon will set early Friday evening, allowing for a good show. The best chance to see the most meteors may be from 2 a.m. until sunrise.

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Get outside and grab a blanket, find a dark spot with a good view of the sky and let your eyes adjust to the darkness. If you capture any photos share them using the hashtag #SkyWitness7!

Chilly morning; dry stretch continues

Published: Wednesday, October 18, 2017 @ 3:32 AM

Five Day Forecast

QUICK-LOOK FORECAST

  • Chilly morning
  • Sunny skies this week
  • Staying dry for several days

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DETAILED FORECAST

Today: After a chilly morning in the low 40s, highs will climb back to the upper 60s, said Storm Center 7 Meteorologist Kirstie Zontini. Clear skies will allow for a lot of sunshine this afternoon.

Graphic by Storm Center 7 Meteorologist Kirstie Zontini

Thursday: A beautiful afternoon is expected with highs around 70, which is normal than normal. There will be lots of sunshine during the day and a few clouds at night. It will stay dry.

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Friday: It won’t be as cool in the morning with temperatures around 50. Highs will reach the low 70s and there will be sunny skies.

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Saturday: A beautiful start to the weekend with highs in the low to mid-70s with sunshine.

Graphic by Storm Center 7 Meteorologist Kirstie Zontini

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Sunday: The day will start quiet. Highs will reach the mid-70s and it will become breezy with clouds increasing. A few showers late at night are possible.

WPAFB Wednesday Weather: Warming trend, dry weather through the week

Published: Wednesday, October 18, 2017 @ 12:02 AM

WRIGHT PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE—Another cool start to the day is expected with lots of sunshine, according to Storm Center 7 Chief Meteorologist Eric Elwell.

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Temperatures will rebound back above normal with highs reaching up to near 70 degrees by late afternoon. Quiet and dry weather will stick around the rest of the week as a slow warming trend continues.

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Highs will reach into the middle 70s by Saturday. Clouds will increase late Sunday ahead of the next cold front. The next chance for rain is expected late Sunday evening into Monday followed by a drop in temperatures.

Warming trend continues; lower temps arrive next week

Published: Tuesday, October 17, 2017 @ 7:32 PM

A slow warm-up is getting underway across the Miami Valley which will bring temperatures back up nearly 10 degrees above normal by this weekend. But a surge of very chilly air is brewing up in Canada, and may be getting set to head south. Chief meteorologist Eric Elwell explains when this big change will likely occur.

A slow warming trend is underway with above-average temperatures expected Wednesday.

Temperatures of 70 degrees will return through the weekend as a massive area of high pressure slowly pushes across the eastern half off the country, Storm Center 7 Chief Meteorologist Eric Elwell said.

However, a major pattern shift is underway in northwestern Canada, where colder air is building. 

This colder air is forecast by most of the long-range models to begin heading southward into the northern U.S. later this weekend.

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The chilliest air of the season could cross the Miami Valley by the middle of next week with current models predicting our first frost by late next week.

Temperatures may not climb out of the lower 50s next week, with some models suggesting snow near the Great Lakes by Wednesday night.

Although it’s too early to know whether the precipitation will materialize, Elwell said to enjoy the upcoming weekend warmth while it lasts Because big changes could come next week.

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