President's Day Shaping Up To Be Warmer

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Your Doppler 10 Forecast

Sunday Evening: A few flurries early, otherwise partly cloudy and chilly  
Overnight: Partly cloudy and cold. Low: 16
Monday: Mix of sun and clouds and much warmer. Rain developing after dark. High: 47
Tuesday Mix of rain and snow early, changing to snow showers. Falling temperatures. Morning high: 36

Special Information:
     A few flurries will be possible early Sunday evening. Otherwise skies will be partly cloudy Sunday night with chilly temperatures. Overnight lows will dip back into the middle teens. Skies will be partly cloudy on President's Day with much warmer temperatures moving in for the afternoon. Highs will reach into the middle to upper 40s. Clouds will increase early Monday evening with rain developing after dark. Rain will be likely overnight Monday with rain mixing with and then changing to freezing rain and snow by early Tuesday morning. High temperatures in the middle 30s will occur in the morning Tuesday will falling temperatures during the afternoon. Scattered snow showers will remain possible through Tuesday afternoon and then taper off by evening. Some light snow accumulation will be possible, especially north and east of Columbus. Skies will clear with chilly temperatures expected for Wednesday and Thursday before another chance for showers returns to end the week.     

Alerts :  NONE
Inconvenient Weather:  Another cold night will lead to frost early Monday morning. After a quiet President's Day, rain will develop after dark Monday evening with rain changing to a mix of freezing rain and snow for the morning commute on Tuesday. Snow showers will remain possible Tuesday afternoon as temperatures fall through the 30s.

Planning your Day:  It will be a frosty start but warmer temperatures are in the forecast by President's Day afternoon. Clouds will increase late in the day with rain developing Monday night. Rain will mix with snow by early Tuesday morning.