Sunny Skies, Warmer Temps In store For Sunday
Your Doppler 10 Forecast
This Morning: Clear and cool. Lows in the lower 30’s.
This Afternoon: Mostly sunny skies with highs around 60.
Tonight: Partly cloudy. Low 42.
Monday: Rainy day. Highs will be seasonable around 60. Chance for a few thunderstorms late in the day that could have gusty winds, hail and heavier rainfall especially southeast of Columbus.
It will be a beautiful day with mostly sunny skies and temperatures about ten degrees warmer than yesterday. Clear skies and lows in the lower 30’s are giving us a chilly start though. FLOOD WARNING continues for the Scioto River in Marion county. We will have to watch for more flooding as showers move in for Monday. Expect a soggy commute and for southeast Ohio there is a chance for some thunderstorms late in the day. A few storms could have damaging winds, hail and heavy downpours. Rain will be on and off Tuesday with cooler temperatures. A big warm up will arrive Thursday with temperatures close to 70 with partly cloudy skies.
Alerts: FLOOD WARNING along the Scioto River in Marion county. (through this evening)
Inconvenient Weather: Temperatures are in the lower 30’s this morning, but it will be warmer this afternoon with seasonable highs. Monday will be a rainy day with the chance for thunderstorms. Some storms could have heavy rain and gusty winds especially Monday night.
Planning Your Day: Chilly start with temperatures near freezing, but mostly sunny skies will warm up afternoon highs to around 60. Plan for a rainy commute Monday morning with thunderstorms possible late in the day mainly in SE Ohio.
Stats: Averages 60/40 Record High: 84 (2010) Record Low: 19 (1881)
Sunrise: 7:08 am, Sunset: 8:01 pm