It’s Just Cold

Weekend Turns Wet And Colder

Clear skies tonight with nearly calm conditions by daybreak will combine to make it the coldest night/morning over the next several days.

A West Coast storm will head eastward over the coming days, eventually leading to more wet weather.   Before the storm arrives, there will be some high clouds to dim the sun Thursday.   Clouds will slowly thicken Friday.

Rain will arrive Saturday, but initially most of the rain may run near, or north, of Columbus.    Regardless, the core of the storm’s heavy rain and any thunderstorm activity will be for the second half of Saturday and Saturday night.

Cold, gusty winds will be a concern this weekend.   Leftover showers Sunday will combine with the wind and clouds to produce FeelsLike temperatures in the 30s!

Any moisture that sticks around on the backside of this exiting storm early next week can be in the form of a sprinkle Monday, then a flurry Monday night.   However, temperatures will remain above freezing, so there is absolutely positively no chance of any accumulation.

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