TOLEDO - Wi
help from the kind folks at the National Weather Service in Cleveland, we can say with certainty that this July was likely one of the coolest on record.
hile the numbers won't be official until we wrap up
Thursday - our average temperature for the month is going to be about 4.6 degrees below normal.
limatically that is a huge number!
It looks like we'll tie the July of 1955 for the 4th coolest in recorded history at Toledo and that goes back to 1871!
e wrap up the month of
July high on comfort once again. With plenty of sunshine, more than we've seen these past few days and only a slight chance for a stray shower we'll see highs this afternoon about 5 degrees below normal, in the upper 70's.
vernight skies will be partly cloudy with lows in the upper 50's.
e kick off the month of
August with a return to the 80's. Skies will become mostly cloudy Friday afternoon with scattered showers and thunderstorms developing. Highs top out in the lower 80's. Expect a repeat performance on Saturday - scattered showers and thunderstorms with highs in the low and mid 80's.
unday will be the "pick of the weekend" with plenty of sunshine and highs near 80 degrees with a hint of humidity.
ake your pool plans as we finally have a weekend with more seasonable highs!
'll be starting out the next work week with plenty of sunshine
Monday and Tuesday with highs in the low and mid 80's.
t's looking like
August will drag summer back into play!