Columbus and Central Ohio Weather

Upper level cloud cover brought a beautiful yellow-orange sunset, but high pressure will suppress a southern storm with a large rain shield–and snow in the central Appalachians above 3000 feet.

Temperatures will reach the upper 40s Sunday, as morning clouds give way to sunshine.

Next week will be quite mild. We will see a mix of clouds and sun on Monday, with a weak cold front crossing the state early in the day that could spark an isolated midday shower.

A storm will cause a few showers Tuesday night. A stronger system coming out of the southwest will bring unseasonably warm weather midweek, followed by showers and a few storms Wednesday night and early Thursday. Highs will soar into the 60s.

Much colder air returns on Friday, with gusty winds and a few flurries.


  • Tonight: High clouds, cold. Low 26
  • Sunday: Early clouds, then mostly sunny. High 49
  • Monday: Morning clouds, sprinkle, clearing p.m. High 50 (28)
  • Tuesday: Increasing clouds, rain at night. High 51 (29)
  • Wednesday: Mix clouds and sun, windy, warmer. High 68 (46)
  • Thursday: Rain, rumbles. High 64 (51)
  • Friday: Cloudy, colder. High 35 (31)

Have a good weekend! -Ben