More Snow Expected For Sunday
SATURDAY AFTERNOON WEATHER DISCUSSION
Date: Jan. 25th Time: 3:00pm Meteorologist: Eric Elwell
Your Doppler 10 Forecast
This Evening: Snow showers tapering off. Still some blowing snow. Falling temps.
Tonight: Becoming partly cloudy. Patchy blowing snow. Low: 2
Tomorrow: A frigid start. Snow developing by late morning. High: 30
Monday Turning much colder with morning snow showers. Early High: 14
Snow bands moving across central Ohio will continue to create brief bursts of moderate to heavy snowfall. As these snow bands move through, they could produce a quick 1” of snow along with extremely low visibility. Theses snow bursts should taper off later this evening with skies becoming partly cloudy. Gusty winds will continue through the night which will allow for blowing snow to continue through the night. Temperatures will fall into the single digits to near zero by Sunday morning.
After a quick break early Sunday from the snow, another clipper will spread snow into central Ohio by late afternoon. The snow will become moderate at times, especially along and north of I-70. Additional snowfall amounts of 1 to 3 inches will be possible, mainly along and north of I-70. Temperatures will rise into the upper 20’s to near 30 degrees during the afternoon and early evening. An arctic cold front will then cross Sunday night causing temperatures to plummet through the teens by Monday morning. Temperatures will continue to drop through the day Monday and fall below zero Monday night. The coldest air of winter will set up across central Ohio Tuesday morning as skies clear. Overnight lows will fall anywhere from -10 to -18 across central Ohio early Tuesday.
Alerts : WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY much of central Ohio until 7am Monday. WIND CHILL ADVISORY for parts of central Ohio tonight through Sunday morning.
Inconvenient Weather: Snow squalls will create near white-out conditions briefly as the move through central Ohio . A quick 1” of snow is possible with these squalls. The snow will taper off after 7pm this evening, however gusty winds through tonight will allow for blowing and drifting snow to continue. After a quick break Sunday morning, more snow will develop by midday Sunday and continue into Sunday evening. Another 1-3 inches of snow will be possible with this next round of snow, with a few spots seeing up to 4”, mainly north of I-70.
Planning Your Day: Snow will develop by early afternoon across central Ohio with another 1-3” possible. After a frigid start, temperatures will rise to near 30 degrees by afternoon. An arctic front will send temperatures tumbling by late Sunday night.
Stats: Averages: 37/22 Saturday’s Record High: 74 (1950) Record Low: -15 (1884)
Sunset tonight: 5:42 p.m. - Sunrise/set Sunday: 7:45 a.m. / 5:44 p.m.