Winter Weather Advisory For Parts Of Central Ohio
OVERNIGHT WEATHER DISCUSSION
Date: Dec. 13 Time: 11:00 p.m. Meteorologist: Josh Poland
Your Doppler 10 Forecast
Tonight: Occasional snow showers overnight. An inch or so possible by daybreak. Low 28
Saturday: Snow showers mixing with rain in the afternoon for areas generally along and south of I-70. Staying as snow or a wintry mix across areas north of Columbus. High 35
Sunday: Mostly cloudy and cold with flurries or light snow possible. High 29
We continue to track our next winter storm. Snow will continue to spread into central Ohio through the overnight hours. Snowfall totals through Saturday will generally be around 2-4 inches for the Columbus metro area with higher amounts around 4-7 inches possible to the north and around 1-3 inches possible to the south. The snow will begin to mix with rain late Saturday morning into the afternoon, mainly south of I-70. If the snow mixes with rain and just how quickly it does will have a big impact on snowfall totals. Precipitation will linger into Saturday afternoon before winding down at night. Sunday will be mostly cloudy and cold with highs in the upper 20s.
Alerts: WINTER WEATHER ADVISORIES and WINTER STORM WARNINGS in effect until Saturday evening.
Inconvenient Weather: Snow will develop tonight and linger into the day on Saturday, leading to hazardous travel conditions.
Planning Your Day: Plan on snow showers tonight and Saturday morning, possibly mixing with rain in the afternoon.
Today’s Stats: Averages: 41/27 Record High: 65 (1901) Record Low: -7 (1960)
Sunset: 5:07 p.m. Sunrise tomorrow: 7:46 a.m.
Snowfall this month: 8.7” (+7.3”) Snowfall this season: 13.4” (+10.9”)