Tracking Snow: Up to 3” possible in central Ohio Sunday

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Snow showers will move into central Ohio overnight. We could see up to an inch by sunrise.

As temperatures warm into the upper 30s Sunday, precipitation will transition into rain. Because of rain mixing with snow, there is some uncertainty with snow totals. However, right now we are looking at 1 to 2 inches across southern Ohio with 2 to 3 inches possible across and north of I-70.

Snow will be ending Sunday night as high pressure and a cold dry airmass build from the west, with dry, cool weather and sunshine expected on Monday.

A warm front will likely bring more snow by Tuesday morning. This system will contain ample gulf moisture, so precipitation remains in the forecast Tuesday into Wednesday.

Precipitation chances will diminish Wednesday as the system moves east. High pressure and dry weather are forecast for Thursday as sunshine returns.

More snow and rain will be possible Friday ahead of the next low developing to the southwest.