Ohio Braces for Summer Heatwave: NWS Predicts Above-Normal Temperatures


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Wilmington, OH – The National Weather Service in Wilmington reports that the region could see a significant temperature increase in the next one to two weeks.

According to the NWS Climate Prediction Center, the 8-14 Day Temperature Outlook predicts a 60-80% chance of above-normal temperatures for June 15-21. Although specific forecasts are not yet available, the outlook indicates a potential rise in heat, making it ideal for summer planning. 

Temperatures are expected to be near or slightly below normal until Wednesday, after which a warming trend will continue into the weekend.


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