Columbus and Central Ohio Weather

A disturbance diving south around upper-level high pressure in the Central states brought morning rain and storms, with some heavy rain across the southern counties of Ohio. In its wake, skies have partially cleared, with the humidity on the rise and temperatures in the mid-70s.

Clouds will linger overnight, with a few showers possible, and readings in the mild 60s.

Humid conditions will stick around Monday into Tuesday, with several additional rounds of showers and storms. Activity will be widely scattered in the afternoon on Monday.

However, a stronger system could bring heavier rain and few strong storms Monday night, eventually driving a cold front through the region that will mark the end of the soggy pattern.

High pressure will bring sunshine and seasonably warm weather the rest of the week, with a small chance for a few showers and storms on Friday and Saturday.


  • Tonight: Cloudy thicken, sticky, spotty showers. Low 61
  • Monday: Mostly cloudy, showers, storms later. High 76
  • Tuesday: Morning showers, mostly cloudy, cooler. High 71 (57)
  • Wednesday: Sunny. High 74 (48)
  • Thursday: Partly sunny. High 78 (50)
  • Friday: Partly sunny, few showers. High 79 (52)
  • Saturday: Partly sunny, possible storm. High 80 (58)