Flurries Continue Tonight, Staying Cold Sunday


UPDATED: Sunday March 3, 2013 6:13 AM

Your Doppler 10 Forecast

Saturday Evening:  Cloudy with snow showers and flurries likely. Little to no accumulation.

Overnight:  Cloudy with on and off flurries. A dusting possible in spots. Low 22

Sunday:  A few morning flurries, otherwise mostly cloudy. High 32

Monday: Partly cloudy and still cool. High 39

Special Information:

     Scattered snow showers and flurries will linger across the area this evening. While no significant accumulation is expected, there will be a chance for a dusting to a half- inch in spots, mainly in grassy areas. Temperatures will drop back to near 20 degrees by Sunday morning.

     A few flurries will linger into Sunday morning with skies remaining mostly cloudy through the afternoon. Highs will hold in the lower 30s. Skies will finally begin to clear Sunday night with a mix of sun and clouds expected on Monday. Temperatures will be slightly warmer on Monday.

     We are watching a storm system which will move into the Ohio Valley late Tuesday evening and into Wednesday. This will spread a mix of rain and snow across central Ohio Tuesday night and into Wednesday. Right now it is still too early to know the exact track and thus who will get more snow versus more rain. Stay with 10TV for the latest on this developing storm for next week.

Alerts : none

Inconvenient Weather: Flurries and snow showers will linger into the night with an additional dusting possible. A few slick spots will be possible where the snowfall is heaviest this evening into early Sunday morning.

Stats:  Averages: 45/28  Record High: 73 (1992)  Record Low: 0 (1980)

           Sunset: 6:25 p.m.   Sunrise Sunday: 7:01 a.m. (gaining 3 minutes of daylight Sunday)

            Snowfall so far today: trace

            Snowfall this month: trace (-0.2) Snowfall this season: 29.0” (+7.4)

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