No major weather travel issues, colder nights ahead

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COLUMBUS (WCMH) — After a bumpy start to Columbus weather for the work week, things are settling down now as the system moves off to the east. Behind it temps will fall below normal for the next few days, including some colder overnights ahead.

The drier air that starts to move in will include colder temps, but tonight will not be the coldest night due to clouds around. This should keep temps near 20 overnight.

Tomorrow night and into Thursday morning skies will clear and winds will relax, and this will give us one of the coldest nights of the season so far.

After that, we will start a slow uphill climb that will continue to see temps warming towards normal by the end of the work week, above normal by this weekend, and it will keep slowly warming it looks like right into a green Christmas.

Don’t forget to download the NBC4 Columbus News and Weather apps to get notifications on your phone on forecast updates from Storm Team 4.

Be sure to check NBC4 during winter weather events for Columbus and Central Ohio school and business closings and snow emergency levels by county.

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