Chilly Temps, Gradually Decreasing Clouds Expected Sunday
Your Doppler 10 Forecast
Mostly cloudy and chilly.
Staying cool with gradually decreasing clouds. High 37
Partly cloudy. Low 25
Mostly sunny and milder with increasing clouds late. High 44
We’re off to a chilly start to the day with morning lows in the 20s. Other than a slight chance for some flurries across our northeastern counties, most locations should be staying dry again today. Skies will be mostly cloudy this morning followed by decreasing clouds in the afternoon and evening. High temperatures will be staying below average in the mid to upper 30s for most of us. The southern portions of the state could see highs make it into the low 40s.
Monday will likely stay dry with highs into the mid 40s. A storm system working out of the southwest will bring increasing chances for showers early Tuesday. At this point, it looks like the precipitation will stay as rain for central and southern Ohio with a chance for a wintry mix and snow northwest of Columbus. We’ll see scattered rain and snow showers Wednesday and Thursday. Any snow accumulation looks to stay light.
Inconvenient Weather: We’ll see a chance for rain and a wintry mix starting early Tuesday morning. Depending on the timing of the precipitation, the Tuesday morning commute could be wet.
Planning Your Day: After a cloudy and chilly start to the day, we’ll see below-average highs in the 30s with decreasing clouds in the afternoon and evening.
Stats: Averages: 43/27 Record High: 72 (1961) Record Low: -1 (1914)
Sunrise: 7:12 a.m. Sunset: 6:18 p.m.
Snowfall yesterday: 0.0”
Snowfall this month: 6.4” (+1.4) Snowfall this season: 28.6” (+8.3)