Sleet, Rain, Flooding, And Bitter Cold All Possible This Week
It’s going to be another week of quickly-changing weather in Central Ohio.
After a weekend of heavy snowfall, forecasts call for highs near 28 degrees on Monday.
Sleet, rain, and freezing rain are supposed to begin falling early Tuesday morning as temperatures begin to climb.
The National Weather Service says flooding could be a concern for some areas of Central Ohio as temperatures reach the mid-40s and rainfall becomes heavy at times on Tuesday.
As rain tapers off, look for cold to move in.
Temperatures will remain seasonal until late Thursday, when the thermometer could dip to 0 degrees.
Highs should once again approach 40 degrees by Sunday.