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Area Conditions for Hicksville, OH
 
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Temperature: 90 oF
Feels Like: 95 oF
Humidity: 52%
Barometer: 29.87
Dew Point: 70 oF
Wind Dir.: N
Wind Speed: 7 mph
Sunrise: 6:19
Sunset: 9:08
Observation: Mostly Sunny
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As reported at DEFIANCE, OH at 6:00 PM

5-day Forecast for Hicksville, OH
Date Wed
7/17
Thu
7/18
Fri
7/19
Sat
7/20
Sun
7/21
Weather Condition Clear Thunder Storms Thunder Storms Thunder Storms Thunder Storms
Weather Clear Thunder Storms Thunder Storms Thunder Storms Thunder Storms
Temperature (°F)
Low/High
73/90 71/95 78/98 78/97 74/92
Feels Like (°F)
Low/High
79/96 72/103 79/109 79/106 75/96
Dew Point (°F) 71 71 74 72 70
Humidity (%) 55 59 56 54 55
Wind Speed (mph) 8 8 10 7 4
Precipitation
Chance
(%)
- 30 20 20 48
Precipitation
Amount
(inches)
S=Snow, L=Liquid
None Rain
0.11
Rain
0.03
Rain
0.02
Rain
0.20
Evapo-
transpiration

(inches/day)
0.31 0.3 0.36 0.28 0.2
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DTN Weather Summary

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Bryce Anderson – DTN Meteorologist
Still Hot Thursday Central, South Areas

Squall-line thunderstorms with heavy rain and flash flooding were noted in portions of the northern Midwest Wednesday afternoon, while scattered thunderstorms from remnants of Hurricane Barry were featured in the southeastern Midwest. Other crop areas were dry. Temperatures ranged from the mid 60s in eastern Washington and central Saskatchewan, Canada to the mid 90s in central Kansas and southern Texas. Extreme heat bulletins were in effect from the central and Southern Plains through most of the Midwest and Delta. » More DTN Weather Commentary

Posted at 12:51PM Wed Jul 17, 2019 CDT
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