The WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY across southern and southeastern Ohio Continues through midday Sunday.
SUNDAY: Mostly cloudy, occasional lake effect snow showers. High 16.
TONIGHT: Decreasing clouds, bitterly cold wind chills. Low -2.
MONDAY: Mostly sunny, frigid. High 11.
TUESDAY: Increasing clouds, rain late. High 37.
WEDNESDAY: Rain/snow mix. High 39.
THURSDAY: Partly cloudy, cold. High 30.
Well the storm came, just as advertised! Deep snow to the north, reports of more than a foot of snow in our northern counties, rain/mix Saturday for Central and Southern Ohio during the day and transitioned to snow overnight with snow accumulations of 4" for most of Central/Southern Ohio. Winds are still strong this morning, but will slowly ease up today. Winds will be out of the north, so east-west roads will see the worst of the drifting snow. Temperatures are in the teens now and stay there through the day with mostly cloudy skies. Clouds clear more tonight and we may be able to see the lunar eclipse tonight. Total eclipse will be between 11:41 PM and 12:43 AM Sunday night. Bundle up! Our temps tonight will likely fall below zero due to the fresh snow and clearing skies and wind chills as cold as -15 or colder by daybreak Monday.
More sunshine Monday with light winds and a high of 11, with light winds. Increasing clouds Tuesday with rain returning Tuesday evening. Rain overnight into Wednesday then a surge of cold air on the tail end of that system and could see an inch of snow. Much colder for the end of next week with some light rounds of snow possible Friday and Saturday. Have a good one!
Andrew Buck Michael, Meteorologist.
Today's Record Temperatures