Beginning of March brings potential for snow in central Ohio Sunday

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Winter isn’t done yet. As soon as we head into the first weekend of March, we’ll see more snow.

The amount of snow is the biggest question and is the most unknown variable at this given time. What we’ll see on Sunday will be a mixed bag of precipitation, starting mainly in the late morning hours and will last into the nighttime hours Sunday.

Models have been somewhat agreeable on the overall timing, but there are still a lot of unknown variables at place, which keep this a low confidence forecast.

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There will be areas that see plain snow, while others see a mix and some may end up dealing with rain throughout much of the day. Considering how we’re a solid three days out from the event, we’ll continue to learn more about this system as weather models hash out the details in the coming days.

Right now, there is low confidence in the storm track and strength, which are key in knowing how much snow we could see by the end of the day on Sunday. Many at the very least will deal with dicey road conditions during the second half of the day on Sunday. This will allow for many headaches to wrap up the weekend and possibly linger into the morning hours on Monday.

The impacts on Monday will be a result of what we see on Sunday and could quite possibly impact the morning commute and potentially cause school delays or cancellations depending on how much snow we end up with.