Frigid Temps With Possible Snow Flurries Tonight

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Date:  Dec. 15    Time: 3:30 p.m.    Meteorologist: Josh Poland
Your Doppler 10 Forecast
This Evening:    Breezy and cold with temperatures dipping into the teens by early evening. Flurries possible.
Tonight:    Mostly cloudy and cold with light snow possible. Low 14 with temperatures in the single digits north of Columbus along with below-zero wind chill.
Monday:    Mostly cloudy and cold with flurries or light snow possible. High 28
Tuesday:    Morning light snow possible followed by mostly cloudy skies. High 35

Special Information:

Temperatures will continue to fall through the remainder of the afternoon into this evening. It will be a cold night with overnight lows in the teens and into the single digits north of Columbus. We will see wind chill readings dip below zero in spots tonight and Monday morning. It’s possible we could see some light snow overnight into the morning with a light coating of snow possible.

Monday will be chilly with highs in the 20s and another shot at some light snow late in the day and overnight. Any accumulation will stay light. Temperatures will rise as we head into Thursday and Friday with highs in the 40s and low 50s. The warmth is ahead of another storm system that will bring rain on Friday and possibly mixing with some snow on Saturday.

Alerts: None
Inconvenient Weather: Breezy and cold with wind chill readings tonight in the single digits and below zero in spots by daybreak. Light snow is possible tonight.
Planning Your Day:  Plan on a breezy and chilly evening followed by cold temperatures overnight. Monday will stay chilly with highs in the 20s and a chance for early morning light snow.

Today’s Stats:  Averages: 40/27 Record High: 64 (1971, 1948)  Record Low: -4 (1958, 1951, 1914)
                           Sunset: 5:07 p.m.  Sunrise tomorrow: 7:47 a.m.
                           Snowfall this month: 10.8” (+9.0”) Snowfall this season: 15.5” (+12.6”)