Winds may gust up to 50 mph with temperatures near 50 degrees on First Alert Sunday.
TOLEDO, Ohio — Clear skies this morning with temperatures back into the low to middle 20s. A heavy frost early today with brighter morning sunshine ahead.
Sunshine early in the afternoon with increasing late-day clouds. Highs will be cool today in the upper 40s to near 50 degrees.
A First Alert Day has been issued for Sunday. Rain chances will return tonight and into Sunday morning. Wet weather will be likely the first half of the day on Sunday with gusty winds developing with the passage of a cold front. Winds may gust over 50 mph with temperatures plummeting back into the 40s.
It is possible for power outages and minor wind damage due to the high winds. Windy and cooler early next week with highs in the 40s through mid-week.
Winds may gust up to 50 mph with temperatures near 50 degrees.
A High Wind Advisory has been issued for Sunday as well.
Monday and Tuesday will be breezy with highs in the 40s and from Wednesday to Friday, we can expect a warm-up.
Nov. 10 was the warmest November day in the history of Toledo. The high of 79° shattered the old record of 68° set back in 1999. The daily low of 63° was the warmest daytime low ever in the month of November. The average daily temperature of 71° was a whopping 27° above average, making Nov. 10 the warmest November day in the history of Toledo since 1873.
The first ten days of November were far and away warmer than any November on record; November could go down as one of the warmest on record.
Temperatures haven’t reached 73 degrees on Nov. 7 since before the turn of the last century, 125 years ago to be exact.
The record on November 8 was shattered.
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