We picked up anywhere from 4.5 to as much as 6 inches in Columbus on Friday. Now, another weak weather system will bring a chance for light snow and ice accumulations today. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect.
Light snow is already pushing up through Ohio from the south on Sunday morning. The majority of the heavier precipitation will remain southeast of Columbus, although anywhere from a dusting to an inch of snow will be possible.
The light snow may transition to isolated patchy freezing rain later this afternoon. Be alert for black ice if you are traveling on the roads at all today. This will be not be a major storm system, but even trace amounts of freezing rain can cause dangerous ice to form on the roads.
Temperatures will warm to just above freezing late this evening as a weak area of low pressure moves through. Behind it, colder air and isolated flurries will filter in on your Monday. Expect highs in the middle 30s and lows in the lower 20s Monday night.
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