COLUMBUS – Columbus got a little taste of winter with the overnight snow, but that won’t be around for long as temperatures look to hit the 60’s on Friday.
Wednesday’s high of 16 degrees will see a quick incline into the weekend, with a high of 31 on Thursday, and high’s be reported as warm as 65 on Friday. The snow totals reported by the National Weather Service ranged from 5 inches in Norfolk, 4 inches in Albion, 3 inches in Fremont, and 2-3 inches in Columbus.
The snow has already begun to melt around the city, but that process will speed up as temperatures through the weekend. Saturday is forecast at a high of 50, and Sunday is forecast with a high of 42 degrees. The NWS says there is a chance of snow before 7 a.m. on Sunday, but Monday and Tuesday are forecast to be sunny with highs near 48 and 46 degrees.