Winter Weather Advisory For Parts Of Central Ohio


UPDATED: Saturday December 14, 2013 1:01 AM

 OVERNIGHT WEATHER DISCUSSION
Date:  Dec. 13    Time: 11:00 p.m.    Meteorologist: Josh Poland
 
Your Doppler 10 Forecast
    
Tonight:    Occasional snow showers overnight. An inch or so possible by daybreak. Low 28
Saturday:    Snow showers mixing with rain in the afternoon for areas generally along and south of I-70. Staying as snow or a wintry mix across areas north of Columbus. High 35
Sunday:    Mostly cloudy and cold with flurries or light snow possible. High 29


Special Information:

We continue to track our next winter storm. Snow will continue to spread into central Ohio through the overnight hours. Snowfall totals through Saturday will generally be around 2-4 inches for the Columbus metro area with higher amounts around 4-7 inches possible to the north and around 1-3 inches possible to the south. The snow will begin to mix with rain late Saturday morning into the afternoon, mainly south of I-70. If the snow mixes with rain and just how quickly it does will have a big impact on snowfall totals. Precipitation will linger into Saturday afternoon before winding down at night. Sunday will be mostly cloudy and cold with highs in the upper 20s.

 
Alerts: WINTER WEATHER ADVISORIES and WINTER STORM WARNINGS in effect until Saturday evening.
            
Inconvenient Weather: Snow will develop tonight and linger into the day on Saturday, leading to hazardous travel conditions.
 
Planning Your Day:  Plan on snow showers tonight and Saturday morning, possibly mixing with rain in the afternoon.

Today’s Stats:  Averages: 41/27 Record High: 65 (1901)  Record Low: -7 (1960)
                           Sunset: 5:07 p.m.  Sunrise tomorrow: 7:46 a.m.
                           Snowfall this month: 8.7” (+7.3”) Snowfall this season: 13.4” (+10.9”)