Central Ohio is expected to be off to a chilly start on Sunday but a warm front will bring milder temperatures into the low 40s.
Doppler 10 meteorologist Josh Poland said that front could bring a wintry mix of snow, sleet, and freezing rain by mid morning to late morning.
The precipitation could turn into rain as the temperatures rise Sunday afternoon into the evening.
There could be another chance of rain or snow on Thursday night into Friday morning.
Poland said Monday will be warmer, with highs in the low 50s, but there is also a chance for rain which could transition into snow Monday night into Tuesday morning.
Some spots in central Ohio could accumulate more than a half an inch of rain.
The heaviest precipitation should be gone before the rain changes to snow, but Poland said he can't rule out a couple of inches of snow accumulating.
Tuesday will be cold with a high around 30 and partly sunny skies.
The temperatures will continue to go up with highs close to 50 by Thursday.
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