Weather Alert, Big Temperature Changes Ahead
Your Doppler 10 Forecast
Overnight: Increasing clouds. A few flurries late. Windy. Low: 30
Sunday: Partly to mostly cloudy. A few flurries. Falling afternoon temperatures. An early high: 32
Monday: Mostly cloudy with a few snow showers or flurries. Windy and much colder. High: 23
Clouds will move in overnight bringing the chance for a few flurries. Temperatures will slowly drop to around 30. Gusty winds will make it feel colder. Winds may gust over 40 mph as a cold front moves into the state.
The first in a series of Arctic cold fronts will arrive early Sunday morning. Temperatures will briefly rise into the lower 30's early in the day, but then fall into the 20's during by late afternoon. The wind will increase early Monday which will cause wind chill readings to drop into the single digits to near zero by Monday morning. Scattered flurries and light snow showers will also develop late Sunday night and linger into Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Little, if any snow accumulation is expected.
The Arctic air will continue to funnel in as a second Arctic front arrives on Monday. This will cause temperatures to drop into the single digits Monday night with wind chill readings as cold as -10 to -15 early Tuesday morning. The bitter cold air will stick around Tuesday with some moderation the second half of the week. However, we are also keeping an eye on a potential winter storm late next week.
Alerts : WIND ADVISORY Until 7AM Sunday for Wyandot, Crawford and Richland Counties
Inconvenient Weather: An Arctic cold front arrives early Sunday with falling temperatures during the afternoon and bitter cold wind chills Sunday night. Some light snow will also be possible late Sunday night into Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
Planning your Day: A few flurries will be possible early Sunday with morning high temperatures in the 30's… falling into the 20's during the afternoon. Gusty winds will create very cold wind chill readings Sunday night.