Posted by Meteorologist Melissa Mack
Temperatures are nearly 30 degrees COLDER today than yesterday’s high of 63°, which registered near the noon hour. The 24° temperature drop (high temp to high temp) is the largest drop in late November since 2003. The winds will begin to relax throughout the evening.
A weak front (‘Clipper-Like System) will sweep across NE Ohio on Thanksgiving day producing some light snow. Accumulations will stay on the light side between 1 and 2 inches.
Our total snowfall for the month of November 2014 stands at 12.4″ This makes November 2104 the 8th snowiest November in Cleveland history. However, with 6 days remaining and nominal amounts of snow in the forecast, that just may push us higher on the list of the top ten snowiest Novembers on record.
GUSTY WINDS meant serious business yesterday. Check out some of the peak winds recorded during the day MONDAY:
Cleveland Hopkins Airport = 49 MPH
Cleveland (Downtown Burke) = 60 MPH
Cleveland (Cuyahoga Co. Airport) = 39 MPH
Akron-Canton Airport = 56 MPH
Mansfield Airport = 47 MPH
Youngstown Airport = 47 MPH
Lorain Co. Airport = 63 MPH
Wayne Co. Airport = 58 MPH