Columbus and Central Ohio Weather


Unseasonably cool weather will linger through the upcoming week.

Skies have stayed generally cloudy, with scattered light showers in the north. Afternoon temperatures were held to the upper 40s, with a chilly northwest breeze.

Patchy frost will form early in the morning across some of the southern areas, where partial clearing occurs. High pressure will build across the region early in the week, but disturbances in a northwesterly flow will cause clouds to fill in again, with isolated afternoon sprinkles and temperatures only around 50 degrees.

Tuesday will start off with frost again in the cooler areas, with some sunshine, before clouds develop in the afternoon ahead of the next upper-level wave. A few showers will break out over the northern part of the state. Temperatures will top out in the upper 50s.

Clouds linger for a time on Wednesday, before we see some sunshine. But a series of southern systems will bring a chance for showers again later on Thursday into Friday. Another storm will approach from the west on Saturday, with showers likely, along with cool weather persisting.


  • Tonight: Partial clearing, scattered frost. Low 35
  • Monday: Mostly cloudy, cool, sprinkle p.m. High 50
  • Tuesday: Sunshine, clouds increase. High 57 (34)
  • Wednesday: Clouds, some sun p.m. High 59 (43)
  • Thursday: Cloudy, showers p.m. High: 60 (38)
  • Friday: Few showers. High 61 (44)
  • Saturday: Rain likely. High 59 (45)
  • Sunday: Showers linger. High 53 (42)