Columbus and Central Ohio Weather

A cold front has pushed east of the region, bringing an end to a stretch of unseasonably warm and sticky weather.

Clouds linger behind the front, along with spotty light showers. Afternoon temperatures will be limited to the mid-70s over the next several days. Morning lows will cool down to the upper 50s and low 60s.

A persistent upper-air low-pressure area over the Great Lakes will trigger a few showers, mainly over eastern Ohio. A disturbance moving north along a stalled front east of the Appalachians will bring a few periods of light rain in the eastern part of the state on Sunday.

More sunshine is expected on Monday, allowing readings to move back up to 80 degrees.

Showers are likely later on Tuesday into Wednesday with the next frontal system that will reinforce the cool early pattern.


  • Tonight: Clouds linger. Low 62
  • Saturday: Some sun, patchy clouds. High 78
  • Sunday: Cloudy, showers later. High 79 (61)
  • Monday: Mostly sunny. High 82 (59)
  • Tuesday: Clouds return, shower possible. High 76 (60)
  • Wednesday: Showers early. High 72 (60)
  • Thursday: Partly cloudy. High 71 (54)
  • Friday: Mostly sunny. High 74 (57)