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First Alert Forecast: Gusty winds to stick around into Monday

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Rain and snow are possible overnight with the low around 30. Still gusty into Monday with sunny skies and temps in the mid 40s.

TOLEDO, Ohio — A First Alert Day has been issued for Sunday due to the threat of damaging winds.

As a strong cold front and low-pressure storm system move through the region, rain will fall and winds will intensify overnight.

There is a High Wind Advisory in effect until 11 a.m. that will likely increase to a High Wind Alert this afternoon. Winds could clock over 55 mph, causing damages to trees and power lines. High profile vehicles could be rocked by the wind, so be careful. 

You should tie-down or bring inside any outdoor furniture or loose items that could blow away. If possible, stay indoors today.

The rain will continue into the evening as temperatures fall quickly from 52 degrees before noon to below 40 in the late afternoon. Rain and snow are possible overnight with the low around 30 degrees.

It will still be gusty into Monday with sunny skies and temperatures in the mid-40s. Winds could still gust up to 30 mph on Monday, a chilly feeling day.

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Tuesday will bring breezy weather, but calmer conditions will arrive by midweek.

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Temperatures will gradually warm up late in the week, reaching the upper-50s to low-60s!

Monday and Tuesday will be breezy with highs in the 40s and from Wednesday to Friday, we can expect a warm-up.

November records

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.

First snow of the season for the Upper Peninsula

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Milder weather, warmer temperatures forecast for much of the US during the first week of November

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