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YOUR TUSCARAWAS COUNTY QUIKCAST
A canadian high pressure system will move southeast across the great lakes this weekend...then move off the New England coast Sunday night. This will allow a low pressure system to move across the lower Great Lakes Monday night...dragging another cold front across the area.
|Hi 63 °F||Lo 37 °F||Hi 72 °F||Lo 46 °F||Hi 75 °F||Lo 54 °F|
CURRENT TUSCARAWAS COUNTY CONDITIONS
|Saturday, April 19, 2014 10:30 AM -
Next Update: 10:45 am
|Today's Weather Hazards|
|In other communities across the county:
|Temp||Dew Point||Pressure||Humidity||Winds||Rain||Last Report|
|New Philadelphia(W)||53.2°F||40.8°F||30.407in.||North @ 2mph Gust 5mph||None||10:15 AM EDT|
|New Philladelphia(S)||54.5°F||39.6°F||29.887in.||NNE @ 5mph Gust 10mph||None||10:15 AM EDT|
|Dennison||50.0°F||37.0°F||-9997.857in.||61%||SW @ 6mph Gust 12mph||-15.500in.||9:32 AM EDT|
|Dover||-9999.0°F||-9999.0°F||28.966in.||34%||SSE @ 1mph Gust 2mph||None||11:48 PM EDT|
|Newcomerstown||52.3°F||40.3°F||30.366in.||63%||ENE @ 10mph Gust 16mph||None||10:15 AM EDT|
|Strasburg||49.8°F||40.1°F||30.386in.||69%||NE @ 5mph Gust 14mph||None||10:10 AM EDT|
|Sugarcreek||46.9°F||39.0°F||-9997.857in.||77%||West @ 3mph Gust 17mph||-15.500in.||2:22 AM EDT|
|Uhrichsville||50.0°F||37.0°F||-9997.857in.||61%||SW @ 6mph Gust 12mph||-15.500in.||9:32 AM EDT|
WEATHER NEWS FOR THE TUSCARAWAS VALLEY
By Joe Ebner - New Philadelphia, Ohio | April 17, 2014
Except for a slight chance of a brief shower Friday afternoon, expect plenty of sunshine and warming temperatures through the Easter weekend.
The few high clouds we had crossing the region earlier in the day have moved off to the east this evening. This will bring clear skies through the night tonight across the Tuscarawas Valley.
Normally, under skies this clear during the nighttime hours, temperatures would be expected to plummet to around freezing. A southeasterly flow across the region will help keep our overnight lows to around 40 to 44 degrees.
A weak system crosses our area Friday afternoon and this will bring increasing clouds to the area as well as a slight chance of a stray shower. There is not much moisture with this system, so any showers that do happen to develop, will be short lived.
Otherwise, we can expect a mix of sun and clouds Friday with an afternoon high around 66 to 68 degrees.
Clouds will begin to clear out later on Friday and by the evening we will one again be looking at clear skies overnight. Again, temperatures won’t drop as cold as they could and we stay in the low 40s overnight.
High pressure builds in once again for Saturday. The air behind the system that passed Friday will be a little cooler keeping our daytime highs to around 60 to 62 degrees Saturday.
High pressure remains the dominant weather factor for Easter Sunday with a southwesterly flow again pushing warmer air into the region. It will be a glorious Easter Sunday with plenty of sunshine and afternoon highs in the mid 70s.
A dry and warm pattern looks to set up for most of next week. Our only chance of showers will come Monday night into Tuesday morning with a weak cold front and its associated low. There will be a bit of a cool down behind the front on Wednesday with a high in the mid to upper 60s, but we rebound back to the low 70s by Thursday. Except for the aformentioned rain chances Tuesday, skies will remain mostly sunny.
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