Our extraordinary stretch of November weather comes to an end today as temperatures return to the 50s.
TOLEDO, Ohio — Clearing skies this morning in the wake of a cold front that will have passed through the area completely by sunrise. A cooler and at times brisk breeze will be expected to arrive.
Temperatures this morning will continue to fall back toward 50 degrees by late morning and into midday. Mostly sunny and breezy this afternoon with highs in the middle 50s.
Lows tonight drop back into the low and middle 30s.
Highs in the low to middle 50s Thursday and Friday.
A few rain showers will be possible on Saturday afternoon with highs only in the upper 40s. Breezy with showers on Sunday with highs reaching back into the 50s.
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.
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.