DEEP SNOW PACK: A deep snow pack is still in place here in Findlay and across Northwest Ohio. The morning visible satellite picture picks up on this very well. Even with the snow pack being shown here, there is plentiful sunshine across the city and the region as well. High temperatures today will reach the middle teens with sunshine staying out in full force. Another frigid night is ahead for the Findlay area, as well as Northwest Ohio. With skies remaining mainly clear, the temperatures once again will be dropping down to around zero.
RADAR PICTURE: We have a clear scan on weather radar this morning across Northwest Ohio. A few spots in the region (including Findlay) are still hovering around zero degrees here at this hour. The next chance for light snowfall currently appears to be on Friday. However, it does not look like that the amount of snowfall being forecasted will not be significant. We will keep you updated here at Weather or Knot with the latest weather information. Have a great Tuesday!
With the temperatures currently forecasted tonight to drop to around, or just, below zero, the wind chills will be dropping once again. As a result, Wind Chill Advisories are in effect across all of Northwest Ohio from late tonight through midday Friday. The wind will be staying steady at 15-20 mph from the west, with occasional gusts to 25-30 mph. Here are what three major weather forecast models are showing for wind chill index values at 7:00 AM tomorrow morning…
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There may be slight differences in the wind chill temperatures depicted by these forecast models. Either way you cut it, it is going to be bone-chilling cold on Friday morning across Northwest Ohio. Dress warm when heading out tomorrow morning to either work or school.