After a night of mostly light to moderate snowfall across east-central Ohio, most folks had a snowy commute to work this morning. Generally, snowfall amounts as reported Thursday morning fell within the parameters of my forecast.
Here is a sampling of snow totals as reported to the National Weather Service Thursday morning:
For the rest of today, we can expect decreasing chances for snow showers through the day. Most neighborhoods will be snow-free, but a renegade spotty snow shower can’t be completely ruled out especially during the morning and early afternoon. No additional accumulation is expected.
Even with some occasional sunshine today, we will remain cold, though. Temperatures this afternoon will only reach the mid to upper 20s. With a northwest breeze, wind chills will be in the mid/upper teens.
Temperatures tonight will depend on how much clearing we can muster. This morning’s guidance suggest SOME cloudiness overnight with a clearing trend toward sunrise Friday. Temperatures tonight will bottom out in the mid to low teens with wind chills in the single digits before daybreak.