We hit a record low in Columbus this morning of 27 degrees that beat the record of 28 back in 1968, but tonight shouldn’t be as cold although it will still remain quite frigid. Temperatures will dip down into the low to mid 30s with some in our northern counties along with outlying areas getting below the freezing mark. Clouds will also begin to roll in preparing the region for rain.
Another front pushing in from the Northwest (this one not as strong) will give us a chance for showers Thursday into Friday. It will stay quite chilly on Thursday with highs in the upper 40s to low 50s. As we get into the weekend, the sunshine returns and it will get warmer (but still cooler than normal) with low 60s for highs and low 40s for lows.
-Chief Meteorologist Miller Robson
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