A cold front will cross the state from the northwest, bringing showers and drizzle through the day, with nearly steady temperatures in the mid-50s. The front will move southeast of Ohio this evening, bringing an end to the rain, with some clearing overnight.
As clouds move off, some patchy frost is likely north and west of Columbus early Tuesday, and a Frost Advisory has been issued after 2 a.m. Tuesday morning through daybreak–the first of the season here. A Freeze Warning covers areas northwest of Franklin County.
Dry, cool Canadian air behind the front will keep things fall-like through the week. The next strong cold front will arrive heading into the weekend, reinforcing our chilly pattern, accompanied by a few showers and very blustery conditions.
Monday: Periods of rain or drizzle. High 59, slowly falling to low 50s late
Tonight: Gradual clearing, frost northwest. (Frost Advisory). Low 33-37
Tuesday: Mostly sunny. High 54
Wednesday: Sun and a few clouds. High 54 (38)
Thursday: Frosty start, sunny. High 55 (34)
Friday: Partly sunny, showers at night. High 58 (36)
Saturday: Few showers, brisk, cooler. High 52 (42)
Have a good day! -Ben