Snow fell on Ohio early today, but most places just got flurries or a light dusting.
But the northeast Ohio snowbelt was hit with 3-4 inches and Chardon had a half-foot on the ground at daybreak.
A high pressure system building into the area should provide clear skies and chilly temperatures tonight. Lows will range from the mid- and upper teens in the northeast to the mid- and upper 20s in the southwest.
Southwesterly winds being pumped into the region by the high pressure center will warm things up on Tuesday. Highs will be 40-45 in the northeast and 55-60 in the far south.
The record-high temperature for this date at the Columbus weather station was 68 degrees in 1931 while the record low was 7 in 1950. Sunset tonight will be at 5:10 p.m. and sunrise Tuesday at 7:28 a.m.