The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch for the following counties:
FRIDAY MORNING WEATHER DISCUSSION
Date: Mar. 22 Time: 5:00 Meteorologist: Mike Davis
Your Doppler 10 Forecast
This Morning Mainly clear and cool.
This Afternoon Mostly sunny and a little milder. Low 40s. W 5-10 mph
Tonight: Mostly clear and cool. 24 N 3-6 Mph
Tomorrow: Sun mixing with a few clouds. Milder. 45 NW 3-5 mph
Sunday: Snow showers or a rain/snow mix. Some accumulation expected. 36
Brightening skies today as high pressure builds into the region. Temperatures will moderate a little over the next couple of days, but still remain well below average for this time of year. Saturday looks dry and a little milder. Then we turn our attention to a developing storm for the end of the weekend. Increasing clouds expected late Saturday with snow now likely on Sunday into Monday. The latest models show that accumulating snow is possible across much of Central Ohio but the exact amount will depend on the temperature and storm track which remains uncertain at this point. Temperatures remain on the cool side through at least the middle of next week.
ALERTS : SPC has A Slight Risk for Severe Storms over TX, LA, MS & AR. No alerts in Ohio.
Inconvenient WX/Plan Your Day: Still chilly, but blue skies should help today and tomorrow. Snow returns for Sunday & Monday and, based on the track, we may see accumulation that could impact travel both days. Monday morning could be slow.
Stats: Averages: 54/35 Record High: 85 (2012) Low: 6 (1888) Last 7 Days
(50, 53, 39, 51, 40, 38, 31) Trace Precip yesterday. 2.67” March. +.74”) Trace Snow Yesterday. 8.0” March. +4.6”) 37.0” Season. (+12.2”) Sunrise: 7:31 Set 7:46