Forecast: Chilly but dry, before we gradually warm up into the weekend

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8:00 pm Update: Clouds are hanging touch underneath a weak dome of high pressure. I did notice a few peeks of sunshine trying to get through the clouds this afternoon. Temperatures under mainly cloudy skies this evening will hover in the 35 to 40 degree range through 8pm. We will stay dry. Make sure you grab the warm weather gear if you are headed out this evening.

Lows tonight drop down to between 25 & 30 degrees. Skies remain mostly cloudy until closer to dawn.

Thursday should be mainly sunny. The sun should help bump temperatures up a bit. We see highs near 45 degrees.

A slight warm-up moves in for the weekend. Friday, Saturday and Sunday will be dry. High temperatures each day will climb into the lower 50s. Close to normal for this time of year.


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We're seeing temps slowly climbing into the upper 30s to near 40 under mainly cloudy skies. Clouds may think out just a bit by tonight and tomorrow. Thursday will feature some sun with highs warming into the middle 40s.

Skies will be mostly cloudy today, but should give way to sunshine by tomorrow.  We should stay dry for the next several days with high pressure moving in from the west. Temperatures will warm to the upper 40s by the weekend, maybe even a 50 degree reading or two in our southern sections.  For today, we'll be luck to break 40.  Winds will be fairly calm.

UPDATE:  Temperatures continue to hover in the mid 30s with some of our southern areas including Millersburg, Mansfield and New Philadelphia with readings in the middle to upper 20s.

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