Talking Weather | January 28, 2019


After starting the week with highs in the 40s to around 50 in Central and Southeastern Ohio things are about to change...big time.

A cold front Monday night will bring rain, a mix and then light snow into Tuesday morning which could lead to some slick spots. Tuesday will see falling temperatures, strong winds and a blast of winter cold.

This is all a prelude of what’s to come: the coldest air of the season and the coldest it’s felt in nearly three years.

Doppler 10 Meteorologist Jeff Booth is tracking how low the temperatures will fall and how cold it’ll feel by the time all is said and done in this week’s “Talking Weather”.