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By: Buckey2745 , 3:02 PM GMT on November 13, 2010
We're on day 6 of an Indian Summer here in Central Ohio. Since last Monday the 8th we have been above 68° every day (in the 70's since Tuesday).
This week's temps
We're used to getting a warm streak in November. In 2008 we started the month with 6 straight 70° days, and last year we saw multiple 70° days, with our latest coming the 17th of the month. Unfortunately, it comes to an end tomorrow.
A dynamic system that is bringing the upper midwest its first snowstorm of the season will roll through overnight tonight and bring a drop in temperatures.
Once this system leaves the area, we're back to Fall. Typical Fall, too. Chilly, kind of cloudy, and brisk.
Where's the Snow?
We're midway through November right now and it's fair to start thinking about the first snowfall. The past couple years we've not seen measurable snow in December. Will that change this year? Early model runs indicate no. We could see a chance of flurries Thursday night as a weak system drops down out of the Great Lakes, but measurable snow seems pretty unlikely.
The final 70° seems to be behind us after today, and now we officially turn our attention to snow and cold weather. Settle in, it'll be an interesting Winter.
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