Winter Storm Moves Through Ohio Tuesday, Wednesday
Your Doppler 10 Forecast
This Evening: Cloudy skies.
Tonight: Snow showers. Low 28.
Tomorrow: Rain/snow mix changing to all snow. High 36.
Wednesday: Snow ending with 1-3 inches expected by early morning. High 32.
A Winter Storm is moving into the Ohio Valley tomorrow into Wednesday and will spread light to moderate snow across Central Ohio. We are calling for 1 to 3 inches by early Wednesday here in the Columbus Metro area. WINTER STORM WARNINGS have been issued for areas east of Columbus including Coshocton, Muskingum, Guernsey and Noble Counties where up to 6 inches of snow will be possible. Snowfall amounts south and east of Columbus could cause travel delays tomorrow night and Wednesday.
Alerts : WINTER STORM WATCH just issued for Pickaway, Fairfield and Hocking Counties where 3-5 inches of snow will be possible. WARNINGS further east for 6 or more inches.
Inconvenient Weather: Coating of snow my morning… rain/snow mix to all snow tomorrow with several inches east of Columbus. Driving will be difficult for holiday travelers heading south and east of Columbus.
Stats: Today’s averages 49/33…Record High 68 (1931) Record Low 8(1950) Sunset tonight 5:09 PM and sunrise tomorrow 7:29 AM