Columbus and Central Ohio Weather


A meandering upper low over the eastern Great Lakes kept conditions unseasonably chilly, as low pressure lumbered across upstate New York.

Persistent rain and snow showers have ended. Temperatures struggled to reach 40 degrees Saturday, almost 20 degrees below normal.

Skies will gradually clear late tonight, sending morning readings to near or a little below freezing. A freeze warning is in effect for parts of south-central and southwest Ohio

Some sunshine will return Sunday, with seasonal readings topping out in the seasonable upper 50s.

Warmer weather will make it feel more springlike next week. Rain will return Monday, as a warm front arrives from the southwest, beginning in the morning. There will be a lull in the wet weather Tuesday, before showers and storms develop midweek. Highs will rebound to the low 70s.


  • Slow clearing, widespread frost. Low 31
  • Sunday: More sunshine, seasonable. High 59
  • Monday: Showers, mild. High 67 (48)
  • Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, warmer. High 72 (52)
  • Wednesday: Mainly cloudy, scattered showers, storms. High 73 (58)
  • Thursday: Morning showers, mostly cloudy. High 66 (58)
  • Friday: Partly cloudy. High 62 (45)