3-6 Inches Of Snow Expected Throughout Central Ohio

UPDATED: Friday December 6, 2013 5:36 PM

This Afternoon:   Snow showers, heavy at times. Generally 3-6” of accumulation through the day with locally higher amounts possible. High 33
Tonight:              An additional 1-3” possible before snow ends after midnight. Cold and blustery. Low 17
Saturday:            Clearing skies and much colder. High 24
Sunday:              Snow changing to a wintry mix. High 31

Special Information:

We’ll see snow showers picking up in intensity throughout the afternoon. By the time all is said and done tonight, snowfall totals in most spots will end up between 4 to 8 inches with pockets of 8 to 10 inches possible in areas west and southwest of Columbus. Travel will likely become hazardous by late in the day. Most precipitation should come to an end after midnight. Temperatures will fall into the teens tonight with highs only in the upper 20s on Saturday. Another storm system will arrive in Ohio on Sunday bringing another round of snow changing to a wintry mix.

Alerts: WINTER STORM WARNINGS and WINTER WEATHER ADVISORIES for central Ohio      until early Saturday morning for up to 4-8 inches of snow with locally higher amounts possible
Inconvenient Weather: Heavy snow at times. Hazardous conditions could impact travel.
Planning Your Day:  Snow showers will continue this afternoon and evening. Most precipitation will be gone by late tonight.

Stats:  Averages: 43/29  Record High: 73 (1998)  Record Low: 3 (1977) Sunrise: 7:39 a.m.  Sunset: 5:06 p.m.

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