Columbus and Central Ohio Weather

A disturbance will move through the region this evening with a trailing cold front, triggering scattered showers and an isolated rumble of thunder, mainly across the southwest part of the state.

After spotty showers die off this evening, some clouds will linger overnight, along with developing patchy fog and morning readings in the mid-50s.

Cooler air will flow southward around high pressure to start the week. Some clouds will be around on Monday, with an isolated shower in the northeast. Temperatures will be slightly cooler, resulting in highs in the low 70s.

Sunny to partly cloudy skies and seasonable mild weather will prevail through the week, with a warming trend pushing readings into the low 80s. A minor ripple could bring a shower or two on Friday.


  • Tonight: Evening shower in spots, fog later. Low 55
  • Monday: Partly sunny, sprinkle north. High 73
  • Tuesday: Mostly sunny. High 76 (52)
  • Wednesday: Partly sunny. High 80 (54)
  • Thursday: Mostly sunny. High 82 (56)
  • Friday: Partly sunny, spotty showers. High 83 (57)
  • Saturday: Partly sunny. High 80 (59)
  • Sunday: Mostly cloudy, showers east. High 77 (58)