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Chilly start to the weekend with a nice recovery

Cool Saturday morning

COLUMBUS WEATHER FORECAST -
QUICK WEATHER FORECAST:
Tonight: Winds relax, skies clear, chilly, low 26
Saturday: Mostly sunny, light breezy, high 49
Sunday: Clouds increase, showers late, high 57
Monday: Rain showers with cold front, high 46
Tuesday: Clearing skies, much cooler, high 44

 

FORECAST DISCUSSION:

Good Friday Night,

After a chilly and breezy day with scattered sprinkles and snow showers, we will see that ending quickly this evening and give way to clearing skies and a nice looking night outside.  Temps will be quite chilly though as readings will fall into the 20s overnight.

Wind chills to start the day on Saturday will generally be in the middle teens to near 20, so it will feel quite cold.  We will see the winds relaxing through the day on Saturday with highs in the upper 40s to near 50.

Saturday night will be chilly too with lows near 30 with mostly clear skies.  We will quickly see clouds increase during the day on Sunday with showers possible late in the day with highs in the upper 50s.

Temps will only fall to the lower 40s on Monday with rain showers, and then climb a few degrees before dropping late as a cold front pushes through.

This will bring quite a chilly night for Monday night with lows in the lower to middle 20s.  Tuesday will see a brisk day with highs back in the middle 40s.  Tuesday night will be back in the 20s and cool, but Wednesday will see a big warm-up back to the lower 50s with plenty of sunshine.

Thursday looks to be one of the best days of the next 7 with highs in the lower to middle 60s with sunshine.  Rain showers return on Friday with highs still in the lower 60s.

-Dave


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