Spring arrived on Tuesday, but winter is holding on tightly, after a light coating of snow on Wednesday in the Columbus metro area (1-3 inch…
More snow could be coming this weekend.
A few inches of snow in the forecast through tonight and Wednesday.
Expect 2” to 5” inches of heavy, wet snow starting tonight through Wednesday that will create difficult, slippery travel, reduced visibility…
Several inches of snow mid-week will create difficult travel and power outages.
St. Patty’s Day looking slippery early
Spring begins next Tuesday, but there’s still snow.
Shockingly normal winter stumbles out cool
Low pressure over the Great Lakes brings cold, wind & snow showers.
Thunderstorms can be frightening for some people, both kids and adults. Especially if you’ve been through a major disaster in the past.
A massive nor’easter blasted the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast yesterday with hurricane-force wind gusts, pelting rain, heavy wet snow and caus…
Our forecasts continue to get more accurate each year too
Yes, it was warm, wet, and at times snowy
Heavy rains have caused flooding throughout central Ohio, and several roads have been closed due to high water.
Rainfall far exceeding normal already, a lot more coming
Average temp 68.5° ranks #1 of 12,626 days in Meteorological Winter
Records for morning and afternoon temps will be taken down on Tuesday
Just like a year ago, a Spring treat returns to our shortest month
Finally, a winter mess that will not hit us, seems rare this season
Recap of snowfall and ice totals