COLUMBUS, Ohio — The snow continues with another round impacting Central Ohio through Thursday evening.
Many schools are delaying, closing or choosing to have students learn remotely because of the snow.
Most central Ohio counties are under a snow emergency because of poor road conditions.
Most of the snow is expected to fall through the morning and early afternoon hours. Then one more batch of light snow will hit later in the early evening.
Winter Weather Advisories will continue for counties south of I-70 until early Friday morning for the lingering snowfall.
Snow from this system started to accumulate early this morning. Across the metro area, we have seen 0.5"-1" of snowfall. The highest accumulation of 2.6" was closer to the Findlay area.
Snow will continue to linger through sunset tonight. Some places could see another 0.5" to 1" of added snowfall over the next few hours. This is on top of what we have already seen earlier today.
So far we’re running above average when it comes to snowfall for the season and we’ll get a chance to dry out a little as we hit the weekend but temperatures behind this latest snowfall will drop back into the low and the mid-20s on Friday and Saturday.
We’ll see highs are back into the low & the mid-40s, which is closer to average by next week.