Parts Of Central Ohio Under A Flood Warning, Temps To Drop This Week


UPDATED: Monday February 24, 2014 3:44 PM

Your Doppler 10 Forecast

This Afternoon: Becoming partly cloudy. Cooler. Low 30s W 10-20 mph
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, chance for a light snow shower. 19 NW 5-10 mph
Tomorrow: Mostly cloudy skies. Near 30. W 5-10 mph
Wednesday: Sun & Clouds. Colder. 18


Special Information:
The workweek will start dry with partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies as high pressure remains in control of our weather. Clouds will increase this evening with a chance for some light snow late tonight into early Tuesday morning as a weak, upper-level system moves by. Little if any snow accumulation is expected tonight.
An arctic cold front will move into the state late Tuesday night into Wednesday morning bringing a return of much colder temperatures into central Ohio. A few snow showers will be possible along this front, mainly across eastern Ohio Wednesday morning. Temperatures will struggle to make it into the upper teens for highs Wednesday with lows falling into the single digits Thursday morning.

ALERTS : SPC has No Risk Areas in the US today. Local Flood Warnings in Marion, Pickaway, Coshocton & Hancock Counties.

Inconvenient WX/Plan Your Day: Much chillier today with a breeze. A little light snow expected tonight, not much accumulation though. The rest of the week looks mostly dry and colder. Time to bundle up again.

Stats: Averages: 43/27. Record High: 72 (1961) Low: -1 (1914) Last 7 Days
(37, 46, 46, 63, 59, 55, 41). No Precip. yesterday. 2.38” Feb.. +0.54” YTD: 4.78”
YTD +0.21”) No Snow Yesterday. 15.5” Feb. (+10.5”)
50.6” Season. (+30.3”) Sunrise: 7:12 Set 6:18



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