Columbus and Central Ohio Weather

Sunny skies and crisp fall weather continues, as high pressure builds in across the region. The last couple of mornings brought frost and in some areas freezing temperatures.

High temperatures climbed back into the low 60s, after being stuck in the mid-50s the past few days, which was about 15 degrees below normal.

Patchy clouds will move in late tonight with a weak cold front that is starved for moisture,. A light southwest breeze will keep temperatures above frost levels in most areas, except in the southeastern counties, where a frost advisory is in effect for a third night.

Skies will turn sunny again on Monday, and temperatures will return to seasonal levels, near 70 degrees. The warmest weather will occur on Wednesday ahead of another strong cold front in a southwesterly flow, as low pressure crosses the northern Great Lakes.

A few lingering showers are likely early on Thursday, followed by blustery and cooler weather heading into next weekend.


  • Tonight: Mainly clear, chilly. Low 40
  • Monday: Mostly sunny. High 70
  • Tuesday: Mostly sunny, mild. High 73 (46)
  • Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, showers late. High 73 (55)
  • Thursday: Mix clouds and sun, stray shower. High 64 (56)
  • Friday: Mostly sunny, breezy, chilly. High 58 (42)
  • Saturday: Mostly sunny. High 60 (37)