Your Doppler 10 Forecast
This Evening: Becoming mostly clear. Cool.
Tonight: Mostly clear and chilly. Low: 34
Tomorrow: Mostly sunny and seasonable. High: 60
Tuesday Increasing clouds late. Mild. High: 60
Another quiet and chilly night is in the forecast under mostly clear skies. Temperatures will drop back into the lower to middle 30’s overnight with areas of frost likely late. The workweek will start with sunshine with the warming trend continuing. Highs Monday will reach to near 60 degrees. A few more clouds will move into central Ohio on Tuesday as a storm system develops to our west. A warm front will push across the state Wednesday bringing with it a chance for a passing shower, especially by Wednesday night.
A strong storm system will move into the Ohio Valley on Halloween, Thursday, bringing numerous showers and even a few thunderstorms. The heavier rain is expected by Thursday evening as a cold front crosses the state. A few showers will linger into Friday as cooler air ushers back into central Ohio. Clouds and occasional showers will stick around Saturday before finally clearing on Sunday.
Alerts : NONE
Inconvenient Weather: Patchy frost will once again be possible late tonight. Otherwise relatively quiet weather is expected until the middle part of next week.
Planning your Day: Areas of frost will be likely to start the day Monday with plenty of sunshine expected. After that chilly start, our slow warming trend will continue during the afternoon with high temperatures nearing 60 degrees.
Stats: Averages: 61/42 Sunday’s Record High: 81 (1963) Record Low: 20 (1962) Oct. Precip: 4.93” (+2.77”) Annual Precip: 34.09” (+1.40”) Sunset tonight: 6:35 p.m. / Monday sunrise/set: 7:56 a.m. / 6:34 p.m.