Light Snow Around Central Ohio Tonight, Up To 4'' Possible Farther To The South


UPDATED: Monday March 3, 2014 1:12 PM

Your Doppler 10 Forecast


This Evening: On and off light snow. Additional accumulation around 1”, more possible south.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy and cold. Low: 11
Tomorrow: Gradual clearing. Cold. High: 19
Tuesday: Partly cloudy. Still chilly. High: 26

Special Information:
On and off rounds of snow and sleet will continue to move through the southern half of Ohio through early this evening. Additional snowfall of around 1" will be possible along I-70 with another 2-4 inches possible in far southern Ohio. The wintry precipitation will come to an end late tonight with gradually clearing skies in the forecast on Monday.

Unseasonably cold air will continue to filter into the state overnight with low temperatures dropping into the single digits north to lower teens south. Highs on Monday will struggle to reach 20 degrees. The coldest night will be Monday night with lows nearing 0 degrees in much of central Ohio. Quiet weather is expected through midweek with a slow warming trend through the second half of the week..

Alerts : WINTER STORM WARNING continues through tonight along/south of I-70. WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY in Effect for parts of eastern Ohio through tonight. (the alerts will likely be adjusted over the next 1-2 hours)

Inconvenient Weather: Another one to two rounds of light snow will move near and south of I-70 overnight. Some sleet or freezing rain will remain possible in far southern Ohio. Additional snowfall amounts will be around 1” (isolated 2”) along I-70 with another 2-4” possible near and south of a Washington Court House to Chillicothe to Marietta line.

Planning your Day: Clouds will linger in the morning hours will clearing skies expected during the afternoon. Temperatures will be unseasonably cold with highs struggling to reach 20 degrees.

Stats: Averages: 45/28 Record High: 73 (1992) / Record Low: 0 (1980)
Tonight’s Sunset: 6:24 p.m. / Monday Sunrise: 7:02 a.m. / Sunset: 6:26 p.m.
Snowfall so far this season: 51” (+29.4”)