Winter Storm Warning Later In Weekend, Several Inches Of Snow Possible
WINTER STORM WARNING for parts of central Ohio including Delaware and Union Counties.
WINTER STORM WATCH for Columbus metro area including Madison, Franklin, Licking and Fayette counties.
Your Doppler 10 Forecast
Saturday night: Mostly clear and chilly
Overnight: Partly cloudy and chilly; Low: 28
Sunday: A chance for snow or mix of precipitation by late afternoon continuing into the evening; High: 36
Monday Morning snow tapering off to flurries by late afternoon; High: 36
Partly cloudy skies are in the forecast for Saturday night with chilly temperatures. Overnight lows will drop into the upper 20s overnight. Clouds will increase early Sunday ahead of an early spring winter storm.
A mix of rain, sleet and snow will arrive by late Sunday morning and continue into the afternoon. The wintry mix will change to all snow Sunday evening with heavy snow possible locally. While some snow accumulation will be possible through the day Sunday, the heaviest snow accumulation will occur after dark Sunday evening and continue into Sunday night. Around 2 to 4 inches of snow will be possible for Columbus with 4 to 6 inches possible west and north of the city. Smaller amounts of snow are expected as you head southeast. The snow will taper off through Monday afternoon with just a few flurries possible Monday night into Tuesday. The exact track of the storm is still somewhat in question and will play a big role on the precipitation type and amounts, so please follow the Doppler 10 forecast through the weekend.
WINTER STORM WARNING for parts of central Ohio including Delaware and Union Counties beginning Sunday
WINTER STORM WATCH for the Columbus metro area including Madison, Franklin, Licking and Fayette counties beginning Sunday
Inconvenient Weather: A wintry mix will develop by late morning Sunday and change to snow Sunday night. Accumulations will be likely by Sunday evening and will impact the morning commute Monday.
Average Temperatures For This Date: 54/35
Record High: 81 (1907)
Record Low: 9 (1885)
Sunset Saturday: 7:47 p.m.
Sunday Sunrise: 7:28 a.m.
Sunset Sunday: 7:48 p.m.