Now, the obligatory Arctic cold blast follows the storm.
Highs on Monday will only be near 20. Wind chills will be subzero Monday morning and just barely above zero Monday afternoon.
Monday night, with clear skies and fresh snow pack, lows will be near zero.
The record low for Columbus is 1° set back in 1943 and the record will be in jeopardy. There won’t be any major storms this week but temperatures will once again stay well below normal most of the week.
The normal temperature for Central Ohio is in the mid-40s. Bob expects that we will get close to that by Friday.
Today: Partly sunny, frigid winds (Chill: 0/-10). High 19
Tonight: Sparkling clear skies, bitterly cold, record low 1/1943. Low 1
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, cold. High 25 (12)
Wednesday: Partly cloudy. High 33 (18)
Thursday: Partly sunny. High 37 (23)
Friday: Partly sunny, milder. High 44 (30)
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, rain/snow showers. High 42 (25)
Sunday: Partly cloudy. High 37
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