Snow turns to freezing drizzle, slick roads overnight

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Winter Weather Advisory Southeast Ohio

Snow returned to central Ohio Sunday afternoon as an upper-level disturbance brings a wintry mix, which accumulated up to 2.5 inches. Freezing drizzle will fall at times through the overnight hours, with the thermometer hovering near freezing, making roads slick into the start of the Monday morning commute.

Organizing low pressure in the southern Plains will pull a warm front north on Tuesday, bringing another soaking rain (1-1.5 inches), accompanied by gusty winds (30-40 mph) and warmer temperatures (low 50s).

Seasonably cold air will follow midweek, with another chance for rain on Friday.

Sunday Night: Freezing drizzle, slick roads. Near 32

Monday: Slick to slushy, a chilly rain. High 38 

Tuesday: Periods of rain, breezy, milder. High 51 (45)

Wednesday: Turning colder, flurries, blustery. High 35 (28)

Thursday: Partly sunny. High 43 (27)

Friday: Rain. High 46 (36)

Saturday: Colder, clouds and flurries. High 36 (28)

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