Hit a record high yesterday of 68° (2000 65°) with another one anticipated for today!
Current record of 61° (2000) if we reach my high of 72° we will have the warmest temperatures EVER for the entire month of February!
Dry for today with a bit of sunshine into the afternoon.
Afternoon sun will enhance storm activity for later in the evening.
Thunderstorms are likely with a severe threat after dark.
The Storm Prediction Center keeps us under an enhanced risk which is a 3 on a scale of 1-5
Prime hours of activity for our viewing area starts around 8:00pm.
Should move through Toledo between 10-11 with it finishing east by midnight.
Main threat will be damaging winds, heavy downpours, small hail with potential for an isolated tornado.
Colder as temperatures continue to fall from the early morning high of around 40.
Strong winds gusting up to 35mph will make for a blustery day.
Lingering moisture will change from a wintry mix over flurries into the afternoon.
Clouds will persist overnight with colder air still moving in dropping temperatures to the mid 20s.
A bit of sunshine returns with temperatures seasonal in the low 40s, but still breezy.
It will be chilly once again at night with temperatures around 30 ° with mostly cloudy skies.
Meteorologist Allison Peters
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Meteorologist Kimberly Newman
Today's Record Temperatures