Posted 1:20 PM Sunday, February 13, 2022
An upper-level disturbance will slide south through east-central Ohio tonight. Scattered to numerous snow showers will accompany today with an uptick in intensity mid-afternoon through this evening. Some of these snow showers could briefly produce moderate to heavy snowfall in some areas. Those locations that happen to be under one of the heavy bursts of snow could see quick accumulation on roads and highways. The heaviest bursts could also limit visibility to a half-mile or less for short periods of time.
Chances for snow showers will exit the region after midnight. General accumulation should be around a half-inch or less but isolated areas of an inch or so are possible where bursts of heavy snowfall occur.
Temperatures tonight will drop to around 10° and remain in the ten-degree area early Monday morning. Winds will be light but wind chills in the 8° – 10° are likely during the morning commute to work and school.