First Alert Forecast: Sunshine returns Monday

After a wintry mix changes over to rain at 5 p.m. and ends during the night, sunshine comes back.

TOLEDO, Ohio — As a low-pressure storm system moves in from the south, rain showers will arrive early Sunday morning.

With temperatures in the mid-30s, wet snow could mix into the northwest of Toledo.

The best chance for a wintry mix will come late in the morning in areas such as Napoleon, Defiance, Bryan, Hillsdale, and Wauseon.

Light, slushy accumulation on the grass is possible, but sticking snow on roadways looks unlikely.

For the rest of the viewing area, a chilly rain will continue for most of the day.

Rainfall totals of half an inch to one inch are possible. Temperatures will struggle to reach the low-40s Sunday afternoon.

Rain showers will clear out Sunday night, giving way to dry weather for the start of the workweek.

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You’ll see some sunshine Monday and Tuesday, but also feel a November chill with temperatures in the low-40s.

Our next storm system will arrive Tuesday night into Wednesday as a chance for rain showers to return.

Thanksgiving Day

Thanksgiving Day is looking partly sunny and mild with highs in the low-50s!

That was a windy Sunday (Nov. 15) 

Toledo saw winds up to 77 mph on Sunday, Nov. 15 – wow! For context, 65 mph is the threshold for an EF-0 tornado and 86 mph is an EF-1. Straight-line winds from a powerful cold front can sometimes cause more damage than a weak twister. 


November records

Nov. 10 was the warmest November day in the history of Toledo. The high of 79 degrees shattered the old record of 68 degrees set back in 1999. The daily low of 63 degrees was the warmest daytime low ever in the month of November. The average daily temperature of 71 degrees was a whopping 27 degrees above average, making Nov. 10 the warmest November day in the history of Toledo since 1873.

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The first ten days of November were far and away warmer than any November on record; November could go down as one of the warmest on record.

Temperatures haven’t reached 73 degrees on Nov. 7 since before the turn of the last century, 125 years ago to be exact.

The record on Nov. 8 was shattered.

First snow of the season for the Upper Peninsula

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