An Alberta Clipper diving southeast across northern Ohio brought periods of snow across northern Ohio, and a couple of hours of light rain to central Ohio this evening. A cold front that will cross the state overnight, with southwesterly winds shifting to the northwest, ushering in colder air and scattered snow showers after daybreak.

Temperatures will hold steady in the mid-30s much of the day on Sunday, under mostly cloudy skies, with brisk winds gusting over 20 mph. Some clearing will occur at night, allowing morning readings Monday to fall into the mid-20s. Skies will start off partly cloudy Monday, with afternoon readings in the upper 30s.

A weak system will pass north of Ohio Monday night, adding clouds and a stray snow shower across the north. The air behind the front will be comparable on Tuesday, but sunshine should raise afternoon readings back into the 40s.

The end of the week will see temperatures rebound into the 50s to start December. A frontal system could bring a shower Thursday, with rain more likely Friday.

Forecast

  • Tonight: Cloudy, breezy, sprinkle, turning colder late. Low 31
  • Sunday: Mainly cloudy, windy, chilly, flurries. High 38
  • Monday: Mostly cloudy, chilly. High 38 (26)
  • Tuesday: More sunshine. High 42 (31)
  • Wednesday: Partly sunny. High 46 (31)
  • Thursday: Mostly cloudy, shower. High 52 (36)
  • Friday: Cloudy, rain developing, breezy. High 56 (42)