High pressure remains in control for this afternoon, with partly cloudy skies sticking around through most of the day. However, temperatures will only reach the mid-30’s this afternoon. Winds will remain out of the northeast at 5-10 mph.
Conditions will begin to change, however, by this evening. A low pressure system will slide to the east of the area, but the western side of the system looks to bring wintry precipitation into the area tonight and tomorrow. There is still some uncertainty in regards to what type of precipitation the area will receive, but freezing rain looks to be the biggest threat. Areas to the north of Delaware county could receive an inch or two of snow. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for Madison, Delaware, Randolph, Wayne, and Henry counties from 1:00 AM to 7:00 PM tomorrow.
Stay with the Cardinal Weather Service as the forecast is refined through the day today, as this system could significantly impact your morning commute tomorrow.