COLUMBUS, Ohio — Today: Scattered showers especially early, plummeting temperatures. Gusty. High 53 (early) falling to the 30s by the afternoon. Winds: W 15-25 mph; gusts 40 mph.
Tonight: Much Colder with clear skies. Low: 22. Wind: Light.
Sunday: Cooler and sunny. High 40. Winds SW 5-10 mph.
Weather Narrative: It's still feeling pretty warm outside right now but don't get used to it because a strong cold front is just a few hours away. As the front passes winds could gust up to 40 mph, so a Wind Advisory has been issued for areas north of I-70. We hit our high early this morning (in the low 50s) with falling temperatures dropping into the 30s and 40s by this afternoon. Wind chills will make it feel even colder. High pressure moves in behind the front which will begin to clear our cloud cover tomorrow afternoon, ending the day with a little bit of sunshine. In other words, after a warm and wet start, we'll close out Saturday afternoon sunny and cold. High pressure will build in for Saturday night. We stay sunny but cooler than average on Sunday. Morning lows will be around 20 with afternoon highs around 40. Monday will be the beginning of an unsettled weather pattern that will bring several days of precipitation chances to the region Tuesday through Thursday.