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The northeast snowbelt areas could have a few

Associated Press Published: October 27, 1997 12:00 AM

The northeast snowbelt areas could have a few snow showers early tonight, but little accumulation is expected. Low temperatures will range from the mid-20s to the low 30s across the state.

Tuesday will be nicer with mostly sunny skies in the southern half of the state and increasing clouds across the north with temperatures reaching into the 50s.

The record high temperature at the Columbus weather station for this date was 81 in 1963. The record low was 20 set in 1962.

Sunset tonight will be at 5:35. Sunrise Tuesday will be at 6:56.


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