Monthly Archives: September 2013

Perspective On Fall Frost In Cincinnati

The possibility for frost in the Tri-State rises from mid-September through early October. Our first light frost (a low temperature around 38°) of the season usually occurs in early October but has occurred as early as mid-September. Frost is more … Continue reading

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The Tri-State’s “Secondary” Severe Weather Season Is Approaching

After a record number of tornadoes in 2012, there have been no tornadoes and no Tornado Warnings in the Tri-State so far this year. Since the National Weather Service in Wilmington began issuing warnings for the Tri-State in 1995, at … Continue reading

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Perspective On Mid-September Chill And The Long Range Forecast

After summer-like heat and humidity earlier this week, cooler, less humid air has returned to the Tri-State. The Weather Authority is forecasting low temperatures in Cincinnati early Saturday and Sunday morning to be in the mid to upper 40s. Communities … Continue reading

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90°+ September Heat In Cincinnati Perspective

There is no doubt that the heat we have seen recently and will see again Wednesday afternoon is significant, especially in mid-September. High temperatures were in the 90s for nearly everyone in the Tri-State on Tuesday: With temperatures in the … Continue reading

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Abnormally Quiet Year For Severe Weather So Far

While the Tri-State has dealt with several rounds of nasty storms this year, numbers show that relatively few Flash Flood and Severe Thunderstorm Warnings have been issued in the Tri-State so far in 2013. No tornado warnings have been issued … Continue reading

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