Cold and windy conditions expected today followed by dry weather and above normal temperatures. A cold front will cross the region later on Thursday through Friday morning.
Radar this morning shows a number of scattered snow showers and squalls moving through central Ohio. These will continue pushing east through the day. There may be a quick-hitting squall in spots this morning, so be prepared for the possibility of a quick white out if you’re out on the roads.
Notice that most of the snow showers today will be centered in northern Ohio. Expect more snow on the roads if you must travel up that way today. With the gusty wind today, snow won’t accumulate much more than a half inch locally.
The wind will decrease later today and tonight. It will remain quite breezy overnight, just not as strong as last night. High pressure will keep the area dry.
The cold blustery conditions today won’t stick around long. A warm front will bring much-improved temperatures tomorrow ahead of the next weather system due late in the day. We’ll remain dry with afternoon temperatures in the upper 40s.
The next winter weather event looks to arrive on Sunday. While it’s a way out yet, I’ll continue to monitor development for the snow and wintry mix potential and it’s impact we might see for the Monday morning commute.