Columbus and Central Ohio Weather

A large, slow-moving upper-level low will slowly spin away from the Great Lakes, allowing skies to clear and winds to die down oveernight. A freeze warning is in effect through early Wenesday.

Skies will turn partly to mostly cloudy Thursday, as an upper-air disturbance crosses the region. Afternoon readings will top out in the low 50s. High pressure will lie to the south of the Ohio Valley.

Temperatures will moderate considerably beginning on Friday, reaching well above seasonal levels, with plenty of sunshine, as winds become southwesterly. Dry weather is expected until early next week, when a frontal system arrives,


  • Tonight: Clearing, cold, frost/freeze. Low 33
  • Thursday: Clouds increase, crisp. High 53
  • Friday: Partly cloudy, milder. High 66 (37)
  • Saturday: Mostly sunny, pleasant. High 72 (47)
  • Sunday: Sunny, mild. High 74 (46)
  • Monday: Partly cloudy. High 75 (40)
  • Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, showers possible. High 71 (53)