The cold moderated a little after a frigid start to the weekend in central Ohio, but a gusty south wind held wind chill to the teens and low 20s, even as the temperature rebounded to freezing.
High clouds streaming in ahead of a disturbance crossing the Great Lakes thickened up tonight, and a broken band of light snow showers will move through northern Ohio tonight and early Sunday, with a light accumulation in places. Flurries could extend south into the Columbus area.
The band of flurries will progress southeast through midday Sunday, while skies remain generally cloudy, with temperatures in the mid-to upper 30s.
Sunshine returns briefly on Monday, with milder readings in the low to mid-40s. Clouds will return in the afternoon, accompanied by rain in the evening and overnight, which will persist on Tuesday, as a system crosses the central Plains and Upper Midwest.
Another shot of moderately cold air will follow the middle of next week.
- Tonight: Clouds thicken, light snow showers. Low 31
- Sunday: Early snow showers, gray and chilly. High 38
- Monday: Partly sunny, cloudy p.m, rain late. High 43 (26)
- Tuesday: Showers, mild. High 49 (40)
- Wednesday: Clouds and sun, few flurries, colder. High 34 (29)
- Thursday: Cold sunshine. High 29 (19)
- Friday: Sunny. High 37 (16)