High pressure in southeastern Canada is feeding chilly air into the Buckeye State from the northeast. Some high clouds will move through during the next 24 hours ahead of an upper-level disturbance in the midsection of the country, but lacking moisture,the weather will remain dry with partly sunny skies and a slight warm-up.
Temperatures this month have only been above normal on one day, and we are running more than 11 degrees below average, which is as cold as it gets. We have never recorded back-to-back days with highs in the 20s (Nov. 12-13) so early in the season, or as low as 11 degrees in the city (8 degrees in Dublin, 1 degree in Marysville) before mid-November!
A weakening cold front could bring a sprinkle late Monday, with temperatures dipping a few degrees behind the front Tuesday under mostly cloudy skies. A midweek mild trend with southwest winds will finally push readings to season levels in the low to mid-50s. Another cold front will cross the region late Thursday with a better chance for showers and shot of cold air on Friday. Dry weather will return next weekend for the OSU/Penn State game, along with chilly temperatures
Tonight: Some clouds, cold. Low 27
Sunday: Mostly sunny, high clouds p.m. High 48
Monday: Mix sun and clouds, milder. High 50 (36)
Tuesday: Cloudy. High 47 (33)
Wednesday: Partly sunny. High 51 (34)
Thursday: Showers likely. High 54 (40)
Friday: Rain, colder p.m., late mix. High 43 (35)
Have a good evening! -Ben