Winter Storm Expected Over Weekend, Frigid Temperatures To Follow


UPDATED: Saturday January 4, 2014 4:45 AM

Your Doppler 10 Forecast

This Evening:    Clear and very cold.
Tonight:    Clear and cold with steady or slowly rising temperatures.   Low 10.
Tomorrow:    Partly sunny and not as frigid.  High 33.
Sunday     Wintry mix of snow, sleet and rain changing to all snow late.  Significant accumulations possible northwest of Columbus.  High 36

Special Information:
More snow and cold headed our way for the weekend.     A mix of rain, sleet and snow will move back into Ohio Sunday morning with a very strong storm system.  Any mix will change to snow late in the day with a fresh accumulation expected by Sunday night.   Temperatures will drop to the coldest readings in 20 years Monday with lows by Tuesday morning near -13.    Wind chill readings will drop down to near 40 below.

Alerts :  WINTER STORM WATCH for Union, Delaware, Madison, Greene, Hardin, Logan, Champaign and Clark Counties until 4:00am Monday; and for Hancock, Wyandot, Crawford and Marion Counties until 1:00am Monday

Inconvenient Weather: Snow will accumulate several inches Sunday especially north and west of Columbus.   Record cold headed our way Monday and Tuesday.

Stats:  Today’s averages 37/23…Record High 64 (1950)   Record Low -20 (1879) Sunset tonight 5:19 PM  and sunrise tomorrow 7:54 AM

©2014 by 10TV.com. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.