Friday, November 4, 2011

After a Wet Night, A Seasonable Weekend on Tap

The weekend looks to be about 'average' with sunshine and seasonable temps during the day. The nighttime lows may dip a few degrees below normal tonight but then warmer than usual for the rest of the weekend.  Plenty of sun to warm you while you do your roundup of fallen leaves.

Thursday, November 3, 2011

No Complaints for November

While there could be a bit more sun and a few less clouds, the early part of November in the Dayton area has been about as good as you could expect. Warmer than normal temps and more sun that clouds for this time of year is doing pretty well.  Considering last weeks snows up the east coast's I-95 corridor and the snows out in the western states - we should take these kinds of day anytime we can get them.  Enjoy them while you can the extended outlook starting mid-November is looking for a significant decrease in temps.

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Rain Possible on Thursday...

Some wet weather is possible in Thursday. But, then we get a nice stretch of sunshine and decent temperatures. Leave the wet stuff for the work week and bring on the nice stuff for the weekends.

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Warm Up

Wednesday should warm up with quite a bit of sun. It should be the best day of the work week.

Monday, October 31, 2011

Sunny Skies Should Save Halloween.

Well there are still clouds but it sure looks better than it did earlier for trick-or-treating.

Wet Start for Halloween

As expected, the early showers started Halloween off on a wet note. Hopefully they will be light and taper off before it's time for all the trick-or-treaters.

Sunday, October 30, 2011

Cool and Wet? For Halloween

With rain earlier in the day it may be a little damp for trick or treating in the greater Dayton area. Hopefully with the showers ending earlier in the afternoon.

Dress warm and stay visible while out and about Halloween night.

Sunny Sunday?

Sunday should have some sun and some clouds. Still cool with a chance of showers. Not a great day but it could be a lot worse.  Where could it be worse?  Pretty much the whole North East.
Historic in terms of the amount of snow and the shear size of an October storm. But is all that rare for an early snow?  Not really it does happen.