Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Storms tomorrow

I spent the day reporting on people enjoying the beautiful weather so luckily I was outside all day. We broke the record for Columbus today by two degrees with a high of 67°. That will seem like summer compared to later tomorrow. Below is a forecast model's version of what the radar is expected to look like by 6 AM tomorrow. The main threat with the storms will be strong winds. I will be in early for team coverage on the storms but just wanted to give you all a heads up. Once the storms roll through early we will see a few lingering showers but not much moisture once we fall below freezing Wednesday night, so no snow Thursday morning. The models are showing maybe up to an inch Thursday night and another coating Saturday. That one is looking light as well with less than a couple inches. I will keep an eye on it. One thing I can guarantee for the weekend is that it will be significantly colder. Might be a good idea to turn on your NOAA weather radios tonight. Have a good one!

Andrew Buck Michael

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