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Skies will clear tonight and winds will drop

Associated Press Published: October 20, 1997 12:00 AM

Skies will clear tonight and winds will drop rapidly after sunset. The combined effects will bring frost to the state overnight. Temperatures will range from the lower 30s northeast to around 40 in the extreme south.

A front bringing much colder air and the threat of precipitation, perhaps in the form of snow in northern areas, will move across Ohio on Tuesday. Skies will be partly cloudy and highs will be 45 to 55.

The record high temperature for this date in Columbus is 84, set in 1953. The record low of 24 was set in 1972.

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Sunset today will be at 6:45 p.m. Sunrise on Tuesday will be at 7:49

a.m.


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