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By: Buckey2745 , 9:19 PM GMT on February 09, 2009
This is more like the Central Ohio winter we're used to.
A warm front moving out of the plains ahead of a strong low pressure will send our temperatures soaring in to the 50's and 60's through Wednesday.
Two systems will be moving through the region. The first will come through early Tuesday morning. This should bring a quick quarter inch of rain. Winds may also be gusty at times.
The second system may be the more interesting of the two. This is a southern plains low bringing lots of moisture and warm air. Showers should start out ahead of it Wednesday morning before the main bulk of the moisture moves through Wednesday afternoon. What's interesting about this is we could hear a rumble of thunder... in February. This isn't uncommon as last January we had strong systems move through and bring spring-like weather. I don't anticipate severe weather, but don't rule out strong wind gusts.
Our next two systems, lined up
Don't worry, winter isn't over yet. It looks like after Wednesday's system passes, we'll begin to drop in to more seasonable temperatures, setting up for a chance of flurries on Saturday. No winter systems in the foreseeable future. But I said that before the Blizzard last year too...
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