Trotwood Ohio Weather
More than 50 tornadoes swept across the U.S. on Tuesday, with the National Weather Service saying 14 suspected tornadoes had touched down in Indiana. Seven states, from Montana to Texas, were on flood alert as nearly two inches of rain was reported. Storm reports on the Internet show storm reports from across the country showing 14 tornadoes in the United States, four in Ohio and 14 in Kentucky and three in Texas.
Six suspected tornadoes were reported from Kentucky, one suspected tornado from Idaho West. Storm reports from the National Weather Service in Fort Wayne, Indiana, showed 14 suspected tornadoes had touched down in Indiana. There were no reports of injuries or deaths in the Midwest on Tuesday, but at least one person was killed and several injured in Ohio and Kentucky. A tornado rated EF3 on the Enhanced Fujita scale by the National Weather Service has hit the suburb of Beavercreek, Trotwood, in Dayton, Ohio, leaving a trail of damage that left people fighting for their lives.
The suspected tornado left destruction in the town of 10 in Mercer County, about 50 miles northwest of Dayton. WDTN reported that many homes were damaged, many trees had fallen, as well as a number of buildings.
Announcing the appointment, the NWS office in Wilmington said the storm's impact on other areas was still being analyzed. Trotwood and Montgomery County were hit by similar winds, but it's not possible to know if the same tornado has passed through both counties, said NWR meteorologist John R. Smith of the National Weather Service in Dayton.
The tornado outbreak is part of a local weather season, both in Ohio and across the country. Bob Henson, a meteorologist with Weather Underground, said there were several tornadoes in one day on May 17, and there had been a long line of daily tornadoes since 1980. Al Roker said the season is far from over, adding that 22 states have not yet been hit by a tornado in 2019. Before Monday's tornado, the state had already recorded at least 35 for 2019, but that was the longest stretch since the 1980s, he said.
Continued severe weather is forecast for Tuesday and Wednesday since Memorial Day, and 51 tornadoes have been reported so far this year, according to the National Weather Service.
Parts of Ohio and Pennsylvania are again at risk of tornadoes, while other areas, including Oklahoma City and parts of Texas, could see devastating winds and hail. Rainfall from Texas to the Northeast could be significant and contribute to further flash flooding. The region with the greatest tornado risk on Tuesday is in and around Houston, where baseball-sized hail is also forecast by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
In Trotwood summers are long, warm and humid, winters very cold and windy and the weather is partly cloudy all year round. The sky is mostly clear and shows highs around 30 degrees Fahrenheit and lows around 30 degrees.
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The wind experienced at a particular location is the difference between the average wind speed and direction for that time of day and the hourly average. Intermittent wind speeds and directions vary more than the hourly average, but are generally constant throughout the day.
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The dew point was 26degF (1degC) at 9: 30 a.m. on Thursday, April 26, 2017, at the Ohio State Fairgrounds in Columbus, Ohio. The dew point prayed on Wednesday, May 2, 2016 at 10: 00 a.m. in the city of Columbus, the first day of a three-day spring weekend.
The dew point was 26degF (3degC) at 9: 30 a.m. on Thursday, April 26, 2017, at the Ohio State Fairgrounds in Columbus, Ohio. The highlight was 19degf (6degc) on Wednesday, May 2, 2016, in the city of Columbus on the first day of a three-day spring weekend.
The dew point was 28degF (0degC) at 9: 30 a.m. on Thursday, April 26, 2017, at the Ohio State Fairgrounds in Columbus, Ohio. The precipitation value, which is based on three hours of precipitation around the hour in question, falls linearly and is 10% precipitation. On Wednesday, May 2, 2016, the dew point in the city of Columbus on the first day of a three-day spring weekend was 30degf (0degc).