A cold front moving through Indiana Friday night into Saturday brought rain, certainly, but also did an excellent job of bringing cold air. Unlike in the summer, when warmth usually can find its way back to town as soon as the sun comes back out, temperatures struggled to recover in Columbus. Overcast skies remained in place as the center of low pressure stalled in the Great Lakes, which meant that temperatures couldn’t get out of the 30s yesterday. Brr! Weatherbug always trends cooler than other outlets, and today, it paid off, because they had the top forecast!
Actuals: Friday – Rain reported, not measured, HIgh 53, Low 37
Saturday – High 39, Low 35