Snow Possible Wednesday As Wind Chill Advisory Continues
Your Doppler 10 Forecast
This Evening: Partly cloudy and very cold.
Tonight: Partly cloudy with lows between zero and 5 above and wind chill readings from 5 to 10 below.
Tomorrow: Increasing clouds with snow showers towards evening. Up to an inch accumulation with a high of 20.
Thursday: Partly sunny. High 24.
WIND CHILL ADVISORY continues for counties north and east of Columbus where wind chill readings will drop to 10-15 below by morning. Lows around Central Ohio will drop to 0-5 with wind chills outside the advisory area between 5-10 below zero. Two chances for snow this week. Light snow is possible tomorrow evening with up to an inch accumulation possible. If the snow arrives by rush hour, this could cause travel problems tomorrow evening. The next storm system develops early Friday morning with the potential for several inches of snow depending on the storm intensity and track. At the moment, the heaviest snow appears to be along the Ohio River with amounts not as heavy in Central Ohio.
Alerts : WIND CHILL ADVISORY continues for areas north and east of Columbus until 11AM Wednesday. Wind chill readings may drop between 10-15 below from Mansfield to Mount Vernon to Zanesville.
Inconvenient Weather: Two chances for snow this week. Light snow tomorrow evening with up to one inch. Possible winter storm for Friday.
Planning your Day: Dangerously cold weather is the big story. Wear layers and count on colder temperatures tonight as winds are not as strong.