Up To 4 Inches Possible To The North Tomorrow, Winter Storm Warnings Issued


UPDATED: Tuesday March 11, 2014 5:37 PM

Your Doppler 10 Forecast


This Evening: Partly cloudy skies.
Tonight: Increasing clouds with rain towards morning. Low 39.
Tomorrow: Rain changing to snow between 10-noon in Columbus.  Falling temperatures. 1-2 inches in the city.  2-4 inches to the north.
Thursday: Clearing and much colder.

Special Information:
WEATHER ALERT for rain turning to snow and very windy weather tomorrow.  Hope you enjoyed todays 60s as temperatures will quickly fall tomorrow from an early day high in the lower 40s to the single digits by Thursday morning.  The rain transitions to snow around noon in Columbus with 1-2 inches expected.  Snowfall amounts of over 4 inches possible in northern Ohio.

Alerts : WINTER STORM WARNING Marion, Morrow, Crawford and Richland for 4” or more of snow.  Winter Weather Advisory north of Columbus for 2-4” in parts of Union, Delaware and Knox Counties.

Inconvenient Weather: Rain changing to snow with rapidly falling temperatures and 40mph wind gusts.

Stats: Average high 49 average low 31. Record high 76 (1990) Record low 8 (1948) Sunset 7:34pm and sunrise 7:48am.