Warmth Continues To Build

Patchy Fog Early Wednesday

Low clouds and patchy fog will once again develop under the cover of darkness tonight.   While a passing shower or spotty drizzle is possible, many areas will likely stay dry and warm.

The fog patches will dissipate Wednesday morning, allowing clouds to part for some sun, and an even warmer afternoon.   The apex of this latest round of warmth will be Thursday afternoon, when the record high temperature of 82 from 1927 in Columbus may be reached.

Our next cold front will arrive later Thursday night into Friday midday with some showers.   No heavy rain or thunderstorms are expected.    Seasonably chilly weather returns in the wake of this front for a couple days.   A dry Saturday will give way to more clouds and perhaps drizzle Sunday.

After a brief run up in the temperature department early next week, another cold front will enter the picture by mid-week.   Stay tuned.

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