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Hazy, Hot, and Humid Week Ahead, Cool Down By Late Week

By David Saurer - New Philadelphia, Ohio | July 21, 2014

UntitledGood Monday morning to everyone.  I am lead forecaster, David Saurer, with another TuscarawasCounty weather update for the new work week.  We have a decent Monday afternoon ahead.  If you like summer-like conditions, you’re going to love the next few days.  There will be plenty of hazy, hot, and humid conditions across the region.  The National Weather Service is introducing a small, isolated pop up thunderstorm for late in the afternoon and into the evening hours with some daytime heating causing the atmosphere to ripen up a bit for the development.  On the other hand, I will keep my forecast mainly dry for the meantime.  Don’t be surprised if a storm would pop-up in a random location.

 

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SHORT TERM FORECAST, MONDAY PM THROUGH THURSDAY:

 

Regional 1We should continue to be under the influence of high pressure across the Mid-Atlantic States as southwesterly return flow continues to usher in more heat, humidity, and moisture in the atmosphere.  Partly to Mostly Sunny skies will prevail through at least Wednesday afternoon before we have an increasing threat for showers and thunderstorms beginning on Tuesday afternoon.  A short-wave disturbance with an associated cold front will swing on by Wednesday and possibly lasting through Thursday morning with a few showers lingering in the region.  Cooler and drier weather will prevail for Thursday as a dry surface high pressure will take control of the weather across East Central Ohio.  We will see below normal temperatures and decreasing humidity.  This is great news for those of you that can’t take the heat too well.

 

 

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LONG TERM FORECAST, THURSDAY PM THROUGH SUNDAY:

 

7 DAYThe associated cold front will continue to dig on southward through the region on Thursday with some stray showers possible in the Southern most areas of the county.  Dry, high pressure will then dominate for most of the weekend.  Another disturbance will enter the forecast period on Sunday with an increasing threat for showers and a possible storm or two by Sunday afternoon.  Heat and humidity will also return and start out our new work week with a wet beginning.

 

 

 

 

That wraps up the update for the forecast across TuscarawasCounty.  Again, if storms are threatening the region, you can track them on our website at tuscweather.net.  The forecast always updates every 15 minutes.  Have a great Monday!

Today's Tuscarawas County Weather Forecast

 
High pressure over New England will move off to the east Tuesday then a cold front will move east across the region later Wednesday. High pressure over the upper midwest Thursday will move across Ohio Friday and off the east coast Saturday then a low will move into Ohio Sunday.

Overnight

Mostly Clear
Mostly
Clear
Tuesday

Mostly Sunny
Mostly
Sunny
Tuesday
Night

Partly Cloudy
Partly
Cloudy
Wednesday

T-Storms Likely. Chance for Measurable Precipitation 60%
T-Storms
Likely
Wednesday
Night

Chance T-Storms. Chance for Measurable Precipitation 30%
Chance
T-Storms
Thursday

Mostly Sunny
Mostly
Sunny
Lo 65 °FHi 90 °FLo 70 °FHi 83 °FLo 60 °FHi 78 °F
 
Expanded and Revised 7-Day Weather Forecasts for New Philly, Bolivar, Dennison, Newcomerstown, Strasburg, Sugarcreek, Zoar

Current Weather Conditions Across Tuscarawas County

Tuesday, July 22, 2014 03:15 AM -
Next Update: 3:30 am

Today's Weather Hazards  
Currently at Harry Clever Field...

Clear skies

Clear - Mist

66.0F falling

18.9C

Comfortable
Feels Like 66
Humidity: 96%
Dew Point: 64.8Ffalling
Wind: NE @ 0.0 mph (0.0 kts)
Gusting to: 0 mph
Barometer: 30.130 in. (1020.3 mb)
Rain Today: 0.00 in.
Visibility: 5 mile(s)
In other communities across the county:

  Temp     Dew Point Pressure Humidity Winds Rain     Last Report
New Philadelphia 66.4F 64.9F 30.085in. 95% ENE @ 0mph Gust 0mph 0.000in. 3:10 AM EDT
Sugarcreek 68.4F 66.0F 30.047in. 92% NNE @ 3mph Gust 3mph 0.000in. 3:01 AM EDT
Dover 66.7F 59.0F 29.117in. 76% NNE @ 0mph Gust 0mph 0.000in. 3:09 AM EDT
Newcomerstown 67.3F 66.4F 30.067in. 97% ENE @ 0mph Gust 1mph 0.000in. 3:10 AM EDT
Strasburg 64.0F 63.3F 30.127in. 98% SW @ 0mph Gust 0mph 0.000in. 3:00 AM EDT
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