PLEASANT AFTERNOON : While it is a cool afternoon across the Findlay and Hancock County area, temperatures are very comfortable. Currently, the temperatures are in the middle to upper 60s. Fair weather cumulus clouds have developed as well. That is due to the daytime heating across the area.
RADAR CHECK : The afternoon weather radar shows no precipitation across the local area. In fact, not one drop of rain to be found on radar across the area.
QUIET NIGHT : A very pleasant, and quiet night, is in the forecast. High pressure that is currently anchored in the Central Appalachian Mountains is the reason. Temperatures tonight will be chilly one more time. Low temperatures are forecast to drop back into the middle 40s for tonight.
GREAT WEATHER STRETCH : The start to the work week will feature plenty of sunshine on Monday. That will last all the way through Thursday. High pressure to our east is forecast to remain anchored over the Carolinas. Temperatures during the day time are forecast to range from the middle 70s for highs on Monday, up to the middle 80s by Thursday. Overnight low temperatures are forecast to range from the lower 50s Monday Night to the lower and middle 60s Thursday Night.
NEXT CHANCE FOR RAIN : Friday looks to bring the next chance for rainfall as a surface front is forecast to move through the area. Rain chances look to continue into most of next weekend. High temperatures are forecast to top out in the lower to middle 80s Friday-Sunday. Low temperatures are forecast to drop back into the lower and middle 60s Friday Night-Sunday Night.
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VISIBLE SATELLITE PICTURE: The cold front moved through the Findlay area earlier today. That allowed for clearing of the skies. By afternoon, plenty of sunshine was evident across the area. At this hour, the visible satellite picture over the Findlay and Hancock County area showing fair weather cumulus clouds overhead. Temperatures at early evening are very much Fall-like, in the lower to middle 70s across the area.
START TOWARDS A GREAT END TO THE WORK WEEK: High pressure is starting to settle into the area this evening. That will allow for great sleeping weather, and mainly clear skies as well. Low temperatures tonight are forecast to fall back into the lower 50s. Do not be surprised if the more rural areas across Hancock County drop back into the upper 40s by sunrise Friday.
TROJAN FOOTBALL WEATHER: The daytime hours on Friday will feature sunny skies across the area, with mainly clear skies in the forecast for Friday Night. It will be a very comfortable night for the Findlay Trojans football game at Donnell Stadium. Temperatures at kickoff look to fall back into the lower 70s. By the end of the games, temperatures are forecast to fall back through the 60s, and possibly into the upper 50s. By Sunrise Saturday, low temperatures are forecast to fall back into the lower and middle 50s.
THE WEEKEND: The majority of the upcoming weekend will feature plentiful amounts of sunshine, along with temperatures warming back to seasonable averages. A cold front is forecast to move in late Sunday afternoon. That will offer the chances for scattered showers and thunderstorms. Those chances will continue into Sunday Night.
High temperatures Saturday and Sunday are forecast to reach into the lower and middle 80s. Low temperatures Saturday night are forecast to drop back into the middle 50s. With the passage of the cold front Sunday night, temperature are forecast to drop back into the lower and middle 50s.
NEXT WEEK: A strong area of high pressure, just to the west, will be the main weather feature through the remainder of the seven day forecast period. That will result in the wind flow being from the north and west. Plenty of sunshine can be expected, along with some fair weather cumulus clouds in the afternoon hours.
Temperatures through the middle of next week will be pleasant. High temperatures are forecast to reach into the upper 70s and lower 80s. Low temperatures at night are forecast to fall back into the middle 50s overall. Get out and enjoy this nice stretch of weather for late August!
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The weather across the Findlay area today featured plenty of sunshine, along with seasonably warm temperatures for August. Temperatures currently in the Findlay area are in the lower to middle 80s. It is humid due in part to the wind being from the south…
SATELLITE CHECK: Looking at this evening’s visible satellite, skies are mainly clear across the Findlay area and Hancock County. Cloud cover will begin to move in from the west tonight. This will be due in part to showers and thunderstorms that are currently in progress across much of Illinois.
RADAR CHECK: Not much occurring on weather radar tonight across the Findlay Area…
TONIGHT’S FORECAST: For the remainder of tonight, an increase in the cloud cover is in the forecast. Temperatures will be warm. Plus, it will be humid as well. Overnight low temperatures are forecast to drop back into the middle and upper 60s.
SEVERE POTENTIAL FOR WEDNESDAY: Wednesday will be featuring warmth and humidity levels that are fairly high. A strong low pressure area is forecast to move across the Northern Great Lakes through the day will bring chances for showers and thunderstorms Wednesday and Wednesday Night. As of right now, the Findlay and Hancock County area are only included in the marginal risk for severe weather, as defined on this afternoon’s Day 2 outlook from the Storm Prediction Center. However, given the strengthening of the low pressure area, along with some clearing of the skies occurring during the day, that will in part increase the severe thunderstorm risk. Do not be surprising if our area is included in a Slight Risk for Wednesday.
There is the potential for two rounds of strong to severe thunderstorms Wednesday and Wednesday Night. The first round looks to be occurring during the late afternoon and early evening. Round number two looks to happen overnight with the passage of the strong cold front. As of now, the primary severe weather hazard looks to be from damaging straight-line winds. However, a tornado or two can not be ruled out either.
Before the thunderstorms Wednesday, the temperatures will be rising into the lower and middle 80s for highs. Overnight low temperatures are forecast to fall back into the lower and middle 60s. The frontal passage, as of now, looks to occur shortly after sunrise on Thursday. As a result, cooler and drier air will be moving in.
REMAINDER OF WORK WEEK: From Thursday through Friday afternoon, high pressure will be moving into the area. That will relax the weather quite a bit. Plentiful amounts of sunshine can be expected during the daytime on Thursday and Friday. Clear skies are in the forecast for Thursday Night and Friday Night. High temperatures Thursday will feel Fall like, in the lower to middle 70s. Friday’s high temperatures will be a bit warmer, with middle 70s expected. Low temperatures Thursday Night and Friday Night are forecast to drop back into the lower and middle 50s.
THE WEEKEND, AND INTO NEXT WEEK: Fantastic weather can be expected for the upcoming weekend. Plenty of sunshine during the day, along with comfortable temperatures. High temperatures are forecast to top out in the middle to upper 70s. Saturday Night will feature mainly clear skies, with low temperatures falling back into the lower and middle 50s. Sunday night will feature a cold front passing through the region. That will offer low end chances (30 percent) for showers and thunderstorms. The start of next week will feature another high pressure area moving in. That will bring in another push of cooler and drier air. Once again, high temperatures the beginning of next week will be dropping back into the middle 70s.
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Look for the next weather update Wednesday Afternoon or Evening. Have a good rest of the evening!
RADAR UPDATE: Weather radar this Sunday evening across the local area shows mainly quiet weather. There are a few passing showers in western Paulding County currently. Those will fade away in the next hour or so as we lose the heating of the day.
SATELLITE CHECK: Mainly clear skies are featured tonight across the Findlay area and Hancock County. It is seasonably warm as well. Temperatures currently are in the lower 80s. For the remainder of tonight, mainly clear skies can be expected. Low temperatures are forecast to drop back into the middle and upper 60s.
WEATHER TO START THE WORK WEEK: Warm and humid weather will highlight the beginning of the work week. Periods of sunshine can be expected as well. There will be chances for showers and thunderstorms Monday through Tuesday Night. High temperatures Monday and Tuesday are forecast to top out in the lower to middle 80s. Low temperatures Monday and Tuesday Night are forecast to drop back into the middle and upper 60s.
SEVERE WEATHER POTENTIAL WEDNESDAY: Wednesday will one more time offer warm and humid conditions. Also, a strong cold front will be moving into the area. With favorable wind conditions and plenty enough of surface based convective available potential energy (SBCAPE), the potential exists for strong to severe thunderstorms. That threat will continue into Wednesday Night, and early Thursday. As of this moment, the dominant severe weather mode looks to be from damaging straight line winds. The forecast will continue to be fine-tuned during the next couple of days to analyze the threat.
THE REST OF THE WEEK, WEATHER WISE: The strong cold front will be moving through the Findlay area early in the day on Thursday. Cooler air will be on the way in, along with the wind direction being from the north and northwest. While there will be a slight drop-off in the temperatures, the weather will be more comfortable through the end of the work week. As the weekend approaches, warmer temperatures will be making their return. That will be due in part to the wind being from the south and southwest. Another cold front is forecast to move through the area by Sunday afternooon. That looks to bring back shower and thunderstorm chances.
Have a good evening!
Jim Martin – Forecaster
It is a very pleasant Thursday afternoon in the Findlay and Hancock County Area. Most spots in and around the Findlay area currently in the lower 80s.
As a result of plentiful sunshine across the area today, we have a clear scan on weather radar this afternoon as well.
QUIET WEATHER TONIGHT: Not much weather wise will be happening tonight. Skies will generally remain clear. Temperatures one more time tonight will be very comfortable. Low temperatures are forecast to drop back to the upper 50s and lower 60s.
WEATHER NEXT 24 HOURS: The start to the day on Friday will be featuring plentiful amounts of sunshine. As the afternoon hours approach, cloud cover will begin to go on the increase. The chance is there for an isolated shower or thunderstorms by later in the afternoon. High temperatures in the lower to middle 80s. Friday night will be featuring overcast skies. The chances will be on the uptick for more showers and thunderstorms to move across Findlay and Hancock County. Low temperatures tomorrow night are forecast to drop back only into the middle 60s.
CONTINUED WARMTH: Temperatures will continue their climb towards 90 degree highs this weekend. The weekend will feature warm, but dry, weather conditions. Shower and thunderstorm chances will go back on the increase for Monday and Tuesday of next week. Temperatures next week are forecast to return to seasonable averages, even with forecast high temperatures in the lower to middle 80s.
Have a good evening!
Jim Martin – Forecaster
This is the scene currently in downtown Findlay. A light, steady snow is now falling in Findlay, and across Northwest Ohio tonight. This will be round number one of the snowfall. This first round of snow will accumulate one to two inches. There will be a lull in the snowfall for much of the overnight hours. However…
…Round number two will be rolling into Northwest Ohio during the morning hours on Sunday. As the case is tonight with the snow, tomorrow morning will be featuring light to moderate snowfall once again across Northwest Ohio. By the time we reach Sunday afternoon, the total snowfall across Northwest Ohio, on average, should range from two to four inches. There could be a spot or two that see around five inches of snow.
By the time we get to Monday morning here in Northwest Ohio, it will be turning downright frigid once again. Low temperatures could easily bottom out to around zero degrees. Some spots could even dip below zero on Monday morning. Keep in tune with Weather or Knot for the latest weather information for Findlay and Northwest Ohio.
After the two inches of snowfall we received today here in Findlay, a quiet weather scene will be on tap for most of the weekend. However, things will be changing Sunday night into Monday. There is the potential for a period of freezing rain. Let’s get right into the details:
This graph here is courtesy of the Iowa State Meteogram. Notice the area I have encircled. That shows the temperatures will be rising. However, it will still be cold enough during that time period that we could be dealing with icing issues.
Other forecast model runs had indicated a potential major icing issue for overnight Sunday, into Monday morning. It was initially showing potential for ice accretion of over 1/4″. This particular model run is showing the potential for 1/10″ to 1/8″ of ice accretion. That is not a lot of ice. However, it does not take much to cause travel issues.
This particular icing threat more than likely will end during the mid to late morning hours on Monday. This will be due to temperatures rising above freezing. We will stay on top of the situation here on the Weather or Knot Blog. Stay tuned.
This is a map not normally seen. This is from the 12z NAM Friday morning showing the projected rainfalls totals by 8:00 am Saturday morning. The projected two to four inch rainfall estimates here may actually come to be. Plenty of rain to be had for the overnight hours across the region. Some spots in northwest Ohio could be a tad higher.
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