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Another meteor? Reports come in of bright flash across Ohio, Ind. night sky

Temperatures drop into teens


Winds will be gusty with mostly cloudy conditions, with clouds breaking northwest but hanging on across the south and east.

"This will produce a range in temperatures to start the day," Storm Center 7 Chief Meterologist Jamie Simpson said. Temperatures will start Monday in the low 20s southeast of Dayton and teens north of Interstate 70, with some spots into the low teens across northern Darke, Mercer and Auglaize counties. "Gradually everyone will see more sun through the day with highs still expected to be in the low 40s."

Skies will be mostly sunny Tuesday with a high of 54 degrees, Simpson said.

A cold front will bring showers Wednesday, with highs in the low 50s and falling.

Thursday will be mostly sunny and nice with temperatures starting in the low 30s and rising to the mid 50s.

The forecast for Buffalo Thursday for the Flyers/OSU game is cloudy with the chance of light rain and snow with highs near 40. The game will air at 12:15 p.m. Thursday on CBS/WHIO-TV.

In the Miami Valley, Friday will be the warmest day of the week, with a high of 60, if clouds hold off long enough.


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