Heavy Snow Covers Central Ohio, Flurries Remain Wednesday
Your Doppler 10 Forecast
This Afternoon Cloudy skies with a few lingering flurries possible. Upper 30s. N 10-15 Mph
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, chance for stray flurries. 26 N 5-10 Mph
Tomorrow: Mostly cloudy. Still a chance for flurries early. 39 NW 5-10 Mph
Friday: Brightening skies & warmer. 44
Heavy overnight snow will make it slow going in the morning. Light snow will taper off in through the morning, but there's a chance for lingering flurries through tomorrow. Temperatures will be a little cool for the next couple of days before a nice warm-up heading into the weekend. Skies will brighten Friday and Saturday as high pressure builds in. The weekend looks dry and very mild for March.
ALERTS : SPC has No Risk Areas today. No alerts in Ohio.
Inconvenient WX/Plan Your Day: Unplowed roads are extremely tough given the heavy snow. Road conditions are poor with many overnight accidents. Increasing number of level 1 & 2 snow emergencies. Travel not recommended in many areas. Numerous school closings and delays. 6.9” Of snow officially at Port Columbus. 8.2” near Dublin and 7” in Hilliard.
Stats: Averages: 47/30 Record High: 76 (1973) Low: 2 (1901) Last 7 Days
(44, 38, 35, 31,31, 41, 41) .46” Precip yesterday. .52” March. +.11”) 3.9” Yesterday. 4.8” March. +3.9”) 33.8” Season. (+11.5”) Sunrise: 6:57 Set 6:29