Clouds will build after skies clear overnight and

By The Associated Press Published:

Clouds will build after skies clear overnight and some patchy dense fog developes western and central portions of the state, forecasters said.

On Wednesday, southwest winds will bring more moisture into the state. This moisture coupled with a weak frontal system across the central part of the state could allow showers and thunderstorms to erupt once again.

The record-high temperature for this date at the Columbus weather

station was 99 degrees in 1959 while the record low was 46 in 1887.

Sunset tonight will be at 8:15 p.m. and sunrise Tuesday at 6:54

a.m.

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