DETAILED FORECAST DISCUSSION – Meteorologist Scott Sabol
Here is a look at how the maps shape up:
- Showers will continue Friday across the eastern half of northern Ohio
Get ready for a cool stretch of below-average temperatures next week. Stay tuned. This is not uncommon for Northeast Ohio. The average last freeze is typically the last week of April for many areas.
April is running a snow surplus!
8-DAY TIMELINE SYNOPSIS–>
-Chance of a few spotty showers Sunday late
-Best chance for showers next week mainly late Tuesday/early Wednesday.
–Temperatures slightly below average
Here’s the latest Fox 8 Day Forecast:
- Given the overall pattern, the chances of seeing another day in the 70s+ this month is not likely until the last few days of April.
Small chance by month’s end. We will see a few “bounce-back” days but overall temperatures will stay near/slightly below normal for the next 2+ weeks! Here is an animation of temperatures through April 29nd (blue areas indicated below normal temperature areas)
We have a Robin “setting up shop” on one of our front yard ledges. Check out the pics:
Here is the video that André Bernier told the 5 PM audience about that was filmed at the Fagradalsfjall Volcano in Iceland: