Election Day and Beyond
The first Tuesday after the first Monday in November is late this year, so for Ohioans and Kentuckians the weather for Election Day is top of mind on Tuesday.
This go round the forces of nature will conspire to produce an Indian Summer extravaganza across the Buckeye and
After Tuesday morning fog burns away and the dawn dew evaporates, warm southerly breezes will take over and team with abundant sunshine to propel temperatures into the 60s by the lunch hour and low 70s for the afternoon school bell.
Wednesday too will feature tepid southern breezes helping to keep sunrise readings near 50. The difference, Wednesday morning sun will give way to gathering afternoon clouds. Our first showers of the week will arrive in broken line form by day’s end and especially at night.
Wednesday’s highs will settle into the 60s before peaking ahead of the approaching cloud and shower front. Points east toward
Once the cold front that sponsors the showers passes, the latest shot of chilly autumn air will arrive on Thursday accompanied by a rain or wet snow shower (depending on elevation).
Veteran’s Day parades in
The parades continue on Saturday as the CK parade is sponsored by our friends at the VFW Post while