Northeast Ohioans enjoying last warm days of fall

Northeast Ohioans enjoying last warm days of fall

NORTHEAST OHIO (WOIO) - Many northeast Ohioans are wondering, is it really November?

"Windows open, longer time to get outside and get some exercise and do activities," said Melanie Meyers, listing the things she's done with this extended great weather.

All over the city, people are taking advantage of the nice weather. Many aren't even wearing jackets.

"Yeah, it's hard to believe, but it's Cleveland. Give it a week and it'll be back to normal," said Brendan Hardin, while walking his dog in the park.

For the last several days, the Cleveland area has seen some very mild temperatures.

"Enjoying the nice weather while we still have some nice weather, you know? It's Cleveland, it's not gonna be this way forever," said Nick Woisnet.

He's right. The last warm days of November could be over.

Cleveland 19 Meteorologist Sam Roberts says watch out, because things are about to change.

"This is going to be the last day of above average temperatures that we see at least through the beginning of next week. Temperatures go back to average tomorrow and then they fall below average all through the weekend," said Roberts.

She also says the wind could be a factor Wednesday evening into Thursday. Strong winds are coming in from the west and everyone should plan ahead. So get out and enjoy this nice weather while you can!

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