Record High In Jeopardy, Cooler Air To Follow This Weekend

A cold front will bring temps back down to reality Saturday and Sunday

Friday’s record high is in jeopardy as temps surge out ahead of our next storm system.

The record high for Columbus stands at 81 degrees–set back in 1930. Our forecasted high is 81.

A cold front will approach Saturday morning with a band of clouds and perhaps a quick-hit of rain, but not for everyone.

Skies will clear Saturday afternoon with breezy conditions.

Temps will likely peak in the morning, around 68 or so, and then remain steady or slowly fall the rest of the day.

Saturday night looks cold with lows in the mid to upper 30’s as winds ease.

Sunday we’ll see plenty of sunshine with comfortable temps in the mid 60’s.

A look ahead to next week signals a storm system that hangs out for a bit, bringing multiple waves of rain and storms.

-Chief Meteorologist Matt Wintz

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