7 Day Forecast

Weather Discussion
 

Updated on Thursday, October 6, 2022; Evening Update:

TONIGHT: Partly Cloudy. Seasonable. Low 49°

FRIDAY: Morning Showers. Much Cooler. High 58°

FRIDAY NIGHT: Decreasing Clouds. Very Cold. Low 36°

 

DISCUSSION:

Skies will be partly cloudy for your overnight, with lows only dropping to seasonable conditions, which is in the upper forties to near fifty. 

Much cooler air moves into the region as we round out the work week on Friday. Showers will be possible in the later half of the morning. Highs will only be in the mid to upper fifties on Friday, along with mostly cloudy Skies.

Much more sun will be with us this weekend. Mostly sunny skies will be above for Saturday and partly cloudy for Sunday. Highs will be in the mid fifties on Saturday, and jump to near sixty on Sunday. Frost will be widespread Saturday night into Sunday morning. Make sure to bring in all plants or tarp them if possible. Also make sure to prepare to scrape off your windshields if you need to drive Saturday overnight.

A few more clouds will be with us to start up the new work week. Skies will be partly cloudy on Columbus Day, with highs back into the mid sixties.

Skies will be mostly sunny on Tuesday. More warmth will be with us with highs back to near seventy. 

By mid week, we’ll see some more showers possible on Wednesday. Skies will be partly cloudy, with highs still near seventy.

Cooler air moves in for Thursday, along with more chances for showers. Highs will drop back into the mid sixties Thursday afternoon.

Have a Great Thursday Evening!

 

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Anthony Codispoti
Anthony Codispoti was born and raised in Delran, New Jersey. Anthony credits his love of weather to all the great science teachers he had in Delran schools. Anthony attended college at Millersville University of Pennsylvania where he majored in meteorology and graduated in the fall of 2021. While he was in college, he was involved in the American Meteorological Society both at Millersville student chapter and at the national level. He was even secretary for the student chapter for his 'senior' year. He also participated in the campus weather service where he forecasted for the Lancaster, Pennsylvania area and learned to love forecasting. He also helped out in a few research projects like SEARMAR, SEGUE, and MU-PAST. In his free time, he likes to look at the stars, watch Philadelphia sports teams, and go on walks when it's warm enough. Anthony is very excited to see all that Southeastern Ohio has to offer!