Even though, it is unlikely... the models, for the first time this season, are showing flurries on Saturday for Ohio. (Click images to enlarge)
The cold front will come through early Friday and the above image if for Saturday at 2PM. Notice the cold pocket of air sweeping into Ohio. The freezing level will be about 0.75 miles up... so just a few thousand feet. Which means if there is any precipitation falling... it will only have a short time to thaw out. So flurries or sprinkles are possible Saturday afternoon. Higher elevation locations will have best chances for any flurries... but even still... precip amounts are VERY low.
And it will be pretty chilly on Saturday. Afternoon temps at the surface will only be in the upper 40's! Big change from the 80-ish we will likely see in the coming couple of days. Enjoy them while they are here... because winter is just around the corner for Ohio. Have a good one!
Andrew Buck Michael
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