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WPAFB Monday Weather: Hot, muggy; highs up to mid 90s

Published: Monday, August 21, 2017 @ 12:22 AM

WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE — The set-up for Monday is painting a hot and muggy picture.

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High temperatures will be in the upper 80s, some spots may even get into the lower 90s.

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Given the amount of moisture, it will be humid and that will give us heat index values in the lower to middle 90s. That higher moisture content is also part of the reason why an isolated shower or two will be possible in the afternoon.

Daytime clouds are expected to develop in the afternoon. These clouds will be somewhat scattered, so there will be chances to see the eclipse as they pass overhead.

Some of these clouds could give way to an isolated shower or two. These rain chances are not all that high, and most look to stay dry, but they can't be ruled out.

Even if we do see a few showers develop, there will still be a chance to see the eclipse at times Monday afternoon.

 

Rain, storms to start the work-week; dry to finish

Published: Sunday, May 20, 2018 @ 4:50 AM
Updated: Sunday, May 20, 2018 @ 7:22 PM

Storm warnings in area

FORECAST:

The first part of your Sunday should be dry, but once again the chances for more showers and storms returns for the second half of the day, according to Storm Center 7 Meteorologist Brett Collar. Some of the storms towards evening could be strong to severe with the biggest concerns being strong winds and some heavy downpours. There is the chance that we could see some hail as well. Highs today will be in the lower 80s.

WHIO Doppler 7 Interactive Radar

QUICK-LOOK FORECAST:

  • Chance for a few showers and storms this evening
  • More widespread showers and storms Monday
  • Drying out Wednesday through Friday

DETAILED FORECAST:

5-Day Forecast

Tonight: Chance for a few showers and storms looks smaller, but still there. Eventual lows overnight will drop into the lower 60s.

Monday: Better chance for showers and storms returns. Highs will be in the upper 70s.

Tuesday: A few lingering showers, maybe a few storms are likely for the first part of your day. Highs will be in the lower 80s.

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Wednesday: It looks like we finally dry things out on Wednesday under partly sunny skies. Highs again will be in the lower 80s.

Thursday: Mostly sunny skies for your day with highs in the lower 80s.

Friday: We push closer to the mid 80s with partly sunny skies.

5 Day Forecast with Meteorologist Brett Collar

Motorcyclists gather in Xenia for 18th annual Blessing of the Bikes

Published: Sunday, May 20, 2018 @ 3:36 PM

Bikers gather for annual Blessing of the Bikes

Hundreds of motorcyclists and their families gathered at Kil-Kare Raceway for the 18th annual Blessing of the Bikes Sunday afternoon in Xenia.  

Always held on the 3rd Sunday in May, the event raises money for veterans and charities, and tries to promote a positive image of motorcycling in the community. 

Clergy pray for bikers who have the opportunity to have their motorcycles blessed during a ceremony for safe riding. 

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GreeneBucs, a local chapter of Ambucs, an organization dedicated to the mobility of children and people with disabilities, presented Amtrykes therapeutic tricycles to five children and two veterans before the ceremony. 

In addition to raising money for charity, the event also promotes driver safety and teaches other drivers what they can do to avoid collisions with riders. 

Attendees walk around Kil-Kare Raceway in Xenia at the 18th annual Blessing of the Bikes.(MALIK PERKINS / STAFF)

Lawrence Taylor, Blessing of the Bikes Chairman, says people have to understand that motorcycles are different and you have to adjust the way you drive.

"They are smaller, they are in your blind spots more often and they tend to come out of the middle of nowhere it seems," Taylor said. "If you look over your shoulder when you are changing lanes, you will be able to see them a lot faster." 

Attendees enjoyed live music, sampled food from several vendors, received T-shirts, bandannas and door prizes. 

Volunteers from Kil-Kare, Dayton AMVETS, Wright Patt Air Force Base, Moose Riders, Buckminn's D&D Harley Davidson, ABATE and other motorcycle clubs helped sponsor the event.

911: Your life might be on the line

Published: Thursday, May 17, 2018 @ 5:27 PM

Can 911 find you?

What if you needed help right now, and emergency crews couldn’t find you?

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News Center 7’s Jim Otte investigates why 911 dispatchers might not know where you are until it’s too late.

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A closer look at what you need to know when you call 911, and what technology might save your life. 911: Your Life on the Line, Monday beginning at 5pm on News Center 7. 

Police find man with gunshot wound to the head in Dayton home

Published: Sunday, May 20, 2018 @ 6:13 AM
Updated: Sunday, May 20, 2018 @ 7:15 AM

Video from the scene from staff photographer Jeffery Brown.

UPDATE @ 7:15 a.m.:

A 38-year-old man was transported to a hospital with life-threatening injuries after police found him with a gunshot wound to the head in a home in Dayton, according to Sgt. Thomas Schloss of Dayton Police Department.

The man was found lying on the floor in the home on Brooklyn Avenue, Schloss said.

Homicide detectives were called out to investigate, said Schloss.

It’s not known how the man was shot and his identity was not released.

This is currently an ongoing investigation, according to Sgt. Spires of the Dayton Police Department.

FIRST REPORT:

Emergency crews are on scene of a shooting in Dayton.

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The shooting occurred in the 200 block of Brooklyn Avenue around 5:50 a.m. Sunday, according to initial reports.

Police have the road between West Second Street and Edison Street blocked off with crime tape.

We are working to learn more and will update this page as information becomes available.